Dear Miss Snark: I recently received a rejection letter from an editor, a full page, thought out, personal letter that went on about how compelling, and intense my book was and how much she enjoyed reading it. She went so far as to point out which sentences and images she liked in the book and how true she felt the story was. She ended her letter by telling me that she was sure that some editor would fall in love with it and publish it. She never really "rejected" it. She just found a way of doing that without saying so. While I was flattered by her efforts, I was also thrown a few steps back. If it was so darned good and she liked it so darned much, why didn't she buy it?
1. Her boss didn't like it enough to ok an offer.
2. She's getting ready to quit so she's not buying anything
3. She's acquired everything she can for the next five seasons so she has no room on the list.
4. She's lying through her teeth and she really hated it and just sent you that letter to make you feel bad.
Choose one and ONLY one answer.