Your Royal Snarkiness,
I want to put up a mini-site for my unpublished novel, The Book: A Novel with the basic query letter, an excerpt and some other stuff. I'm also considering putting up a bunch of the rejections and requests for menuscript pages et al, with the agents names taken off, since I think it might be interesting to visitors of my site. However, I'm worried that any agents who do stumble on the mini-site will see a bunch of rejections and that will be an immediate turn off. Is this worry justified?
What do you want to accomplish doing this?
I think you'd be insane to post rejection letters for a novel you're shopping.
It's one thing to do it after you sell it, but NOW?
Didn't your mother tell you to wear clean underwear everyday in case you were hit by a bus? Rejection letters are dirty drawers, I don't want to see them, I don't want to hear about them and I really don't want to know you've got them on.