I got a rejection yesterday, without any kind of motivation/feedback for it, and at this point I really feel I needed it, so I mailed them and asked what was the major problem with the ms, and today they replied. Basically they said the editor who read it thinks I can write (yay) and build story (yay. These two were my major concerns actually) but that I explain to much instead of letting the reader draw their own conclusions, and this leaves me slightly I know it's hard to tell without reading the ms, but can any of you tell me with what kind of information people most often do this, or give some examples of things one might explain too much and when I should let the reader think for himself? It would be of great help for me because I can't really figure out what they mean and when I tend to do this. As I said, my thought was that they would have critics about the story theme and plot being weak, and the main character maybe a little hard to relate to, and instead that was what they liked so this kind of caught me with surprise.