A few questions about the mailbox.
Should we take it off it's pedestal?
Should we take away it's star status?
We sit and wait patiently for the mail each day.
We hope to receive good news from our submissions out their in the publisher's slush pile.
But, regarding my stories, the only news I have received in the mail box is bad news.
To put it bluntly . . . REJECTIONS!
How about you? Have you ever received good news in the mail box?
I received the good news about my story that's being published in September via e-mail!
So, I have a question for my readers.
If you have had a story published, did you receive the news in your snail mail box or in your in box of the computer. Or did you receive the good news via your telephone?
Even if you haven't been published yet, tell us your opinion.
Should we be checking our in box more often than our mail box?
Inquiring minds want to know. Is it good news when our mail box is empty?