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eBook ì The Rejection Letter Ç To someone else the letter might have seemed a simple piece of correspondence—but when Amy reads the rejection letter from the latest agent to whom she had sent her unpublished novel it is perceived as a declaration of war Amy is an aspiring author with a bad case of bipolar disorder and her anger is compounded by the fTo someone else the letter might have seemed a simple piece of correspondence but when Amy reads the rejection letter from the latest agent to whom she had sent her unpublished novel it is perceived as a declaration of war Amy is an aspiring author with a bad case of bipolar disorder and her anger is compounded by the fact that this agent had flirted heavily with her at a recent writers’ convention; faced with this double rejection What I LovedI really enjoyed Amy as a character I didn't always understand her motivations

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s life turns upside down as she works with the FBI to find the killer – and learns a little about life love and finding her own sanity in the process This romantic thriller is written for the millions of frustrated wannabe authors who are also passionate readers It explores the world of the literary agent and of the large publishing houses as well as the inner story of one young woman and her fight to overcome her bipolar disorder I read at least 3 books a week and am a published writer myself This story had a lot of pro

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The Rejection LetterIt’s clear that hell hath no fury like this woman scorned She embarks on a plan to get revenge by destroying the agent’s business however as it turns out agents all over soon have bigger things to worry about than Amy’s anger A serial killer starts targeting literary agents and viciously murdering them and the FBI believes that Amy’s vitriolic attacks on this particular agent may have inspired the terrifying killing spree Amy The Rejection LetterAuthor Johnny RayPublished By Sir John Publishing Age Recommend AdultRe