The Results Are In! How Did Others Do With Their Breathless Critiques?

The results are in, and here’s how things panned out…

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7.12% – “Other”

7.14% – Received few/unhelpful comments. They did not mention anything about submitting again

21.43% – Received useful comments, but they did not mention anything about submitting again

28.57% – Received comments and an invitation to send a query once they were done.

35.71% – Fast tracked – asked to send in the full manuscript as soon as it is complete.

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Interesting.  It seems a lot of people were fast tracked.  That means there must be some sparkly manuscripts out there.  I wonder what the stats are of “fast tracked” manuscripts that actually end up published?

The world may never know.

Thanks for contributing!

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4 responses to “The Results Are In! How Did Others Do With Their Breathless Critiques?

  1. Sounds like the publisher has plans to expand their line. Cool!

  2. Wow, that isn’t quite what I expected at all. That’s a lot of fast tracking. Wonderful! Kudos to those who got such positive feedback all round.

    I guess I’d better get to work on mine and send it in sharpish. I’m interested to know what they think of the whole thing.

  3. I totally missed your poll! I wasn’t told fast track but as an author with them, I have my editor looks them over. I sent her two pieces–one very old and barely edited and another one that I have edited. They want them both but they’re far from ready, IMO.

    The one that needs the most work is a fantasy bit that I have many novels planned. I want to send it their way when I finish. We’ll see.