Okay, so I'm slightly confused, and although I feel I am a great writer who will someday be recognized for my talent, and who has never had a problem reading between the lines of prose, I find that I am having just that difficulty now! I have received two rejection letters recently for two different titles, one an agent, one an editor.
Agent suggested general revisions to the beginning, said I was a very talented, creative writer, and hoped I would continue to submit to her.
Editor suggested rewrite from poetry to prose, and resubmission of new manuscript when complete.
Am I reading these few constructive lines incorrectly, or do I actually have a shot?
Regardless of my ignorance, as I have always received the dreaded form rejection, I believe I will rewrite and resubmit both. Any helpful suggestions?