If you submit stories, you get rejected. That’s life. I counted how many rejection emails I received between the two latest acceptances​ of a story. There were eight rejection emails in my inbox, but it might very well be that I deleted one or two out of frustration.

This means that my acceptance​ rate is approximately 1 in 10.

I have no idea if that’s good or not. I don’t even know by what scale one would measure that. But I thought that on a blog dedicated to my “literary success​” I should also show what it takes to get a single story accepted for publication. And that’s to get a lot more stories rejected.

Hello World,

I started writing very short stories in May 2018 and at this point, I’ve sold four of them and had some others published online. I decided to create a website in order to collect links to my fiction publications. So here we are.

This is a work-in-progress, so nothing is done yet.