Slips! Slips! Slips! Rejection Slips! Rejection Slips! Don't Worry! Don't Give up!!! Also A Note About The Sunday Indian Weekly - A Magazine In14 Indian Languages



 My Seventh and Last Entry (for Sunday)  
In a Series of 7 for "7 Day Blogging Challenge for bloggers" 


A Cover page of  The Weekly Magazine The Sunday Indian
Rejection Slip! Rejection Slip! Rejection Slip! Don't Worry! Don't Give up

Yes, "Don't Give Up"  this is the success manthra or Secret for any upcoming writers.

These slips are part and parcel of any writer.  I am sure almost all writers went through such stages.

Take the case of any writer, for that matter any well known writer

There is no doubt, that all went through  such a stage of continuously receiving these slips.But

They never give up in their aim.

The important factor here to note is that..

They never frustrated or left out there by seeing the flow of these slips into their mail boxes.


The time has changed tremendously now and we are living in a computer world or for that matter call it as an internet world.


The written words can reach to the publishers or editors in a fraction of second, and in no time the writer can know the fate of their creations.


There is no waiting to know the decision of the editor on the writer's product and
There is no rejection slip to come through snail mail.


Here let me tell my own experience:


My passion for writing developed at an early age. I have written a small write-up in this line:
You can read that here at this link: My Early Experience...


That passion continued and in the initial stage there was a flow of these rejection slips from the publications to my post man and then to my post box.


That literally frustrated me.


And I was totally dejected And thought of throwing out my pen and paper


But my Malayalam Master Niranam Kannasha Panikar while taking the class ones said this type of rejection is normal in any writers writing life, and the one who wants to be a writer should not get dejected and go backward, but to go forward and forward.


Those words started lingering in my mind and from there i never looked back.


But Alas! No chance!!! 

In how much speed I shoot my post to the publications, with double the speed it returned back to me.



But i could not stop posting my creations to different publications due to these rejection slips.  


I continued my jottings and at last the first one saw the light of the day.  And from there it spread its wings and many laurels came into my baskets thru different sources.


And in the recent past i entered into the arena of Web writing and it spread thru the net.


A simple Google search of the name "P V Ariel" will take you to few of such places.


Given below are few snippets of such postings in picture format.


Though I am still not an established writer, i strive to achieve that goal in my life.


This is my prayer and vision.


Thanks ones again for all my readers, well wishers, supporters and co-authors and fellow writers here at world wide web.
To Read More About Me Please Click On This Link. Philip Verghese 'Ariel'
Thanks to All my visitors and readers


Philip Verghese 'Ariel'
Associate Editor-Confident Living Magazine
Secunderabad - 3 Andhra Pradesh, India.
Email pvariel at Gmail Dot Com




To Read the Latest Issue  Pl. Click Here   Confident Living Magazine 


Here are few snippets from the print and web world in English, Hindi and in Telugu                                                                       
One of the recent prize winning letter






Read a Review about this Wonderful Magazine by the blog author pl. click Here: The Sunday Indian

Few Hindi Write-ups













More to follow.....

Source:
Source: The Sunday Indian Weekly
Confident Living Magazine
Mashi Vandana Hindi Magazine, New Delhi
Daivaraadhana Telugu Magazine, Secunderabad


Philip Verghese Ariel Founder and CEO at Philipscom

A freelance writer, editor and a blogger from Kerala. Now based at Secunderabad, Telangana, India. Can reach at: pvariel(@)Gmail [.] Com
Tel: 09700882768