"I discovered that rejections are not altogether a bad thing. They teach a writer to rely on his own judgment and to say in his heart of hearts, 'To hell with you'"
The following is not a real rejection letter but only a funny way just to prove a point for those writers who are about to give up after their first rejection, and also to have a good laugh
Dear Bad Writer,
This is the hardest rejection letter I have ever had to write in my long career as an editor. Unfortunately this might come as a shock to you, but “WE” will not be publishing your novel, Crappolas. Here are a few of the reasons why. Not only was it inappropriate, but also absurd, pointless, ridiculous and unsuitable. I don’t usually write any personal rejection letters but in this case I felt it was a must!
Please take note, you are not welcome to submit any future work to our offices, as if we see your name on an envelope again, we shall set it on fire and also my publishing house is considering legal action against you for wasting our valuable time with your trashy novel.
There is little room for improvement for you. Among the areas needing vast improvement are description, character development, and dialogue.
And what can I say about the love scenes? You gave me nightmares.
Just find another dream to follow.
Trying to forget
See, it's possible to get a worse rejection letter than you got!