I was partly just sharing experience and seeing how others felt about these "friendly" rejections. The advice is a bit much, but thanks. I wasn't...
I wouldn't even send a thank you back. They don't have time for that either. PTxS
Actually not. Note the word "apparent." That means there's doubt. Thanks. And duh! Of course they would ask.
Exactly what I thought, but I had to ask. Thanks for the evidence! Peace, Tex
Sure. Did an agent tell you that, did you read it, or are you an agent? What's your source? Part of me wants to call them out, "Well, if you...
Is it ok to reply to apparently positive agent rejections with: read my whole book, you might change your mind? Nope, I haven't. Peace, JT
It's for a screen play version of the song. I don't know if it's a selling point or not. Peace, Tex
Be creative. Figure it out. It's not complicated.
Read the first line. Peace, Tex
What if I use the first three notes of Brain Damage over and over as a doorbell in my screen play? One time use only, I think.
In the book "Writing Tools" by Roy Peter Clark, he starts by telling writers to begin every sentence with a noun. I suggest you rewrite that...
When I "plan" it's crap. So I have to write whatever comes to mind. If that doesn't work, I wake up at three in the morning and have a...
I love that idea of the demon as confidant.
However, it's a bit wordy for me. Try combining the first two sentences:
"Tonight, my Demon asked...
Separate names with a comma.