Have a well-known musician on board to co-write his biography. Want to write the book. Have a proposal together and assembled with chapter organizations, market research and marketing plan. And I have what I think is a nice query letter. But, I'm getting so many mixed signals. Some ranging from, write the book and then get back to me, to just standard rejections. I understand the rejections are part of the process, but it seems completely illogical for me to write an entire book, taking a lot of time of someone who is busy making music for a living and for me, someone with a full-time journalism job. Time is valuable. Why go through all of this, just for the whim of what seems to be lazy agents. Is it just me? Plus, why would I start writing this book with no direction from an editor, publisher or agent as far as chapter organization, voice and numerous other issues? That seems illogical. Please, any advice for me would be appreciated as I'm close to calling off this project because it's just so darn frustrating and confusing.