Recently I participated in the #Pitmad in September. If you do not know what it is here is a brief explanation. You have the great opportunity to pitch your manuscript to editors and agents on Twitter with just 135 characters. This also means that for those next eight hours on Twitter you are watching the feed like a mad person, hence the Pitmad. I tweeted about two of my manuscripts every hour and knew that more than three of the pitches had more than 400 engagements. I had four agents favorite my tweets and I was very excited.
This meant that they were interested in my pitch and wanted me to query them. Out of the four agents I have heard back from three and one of them sent me this very personable rejection letter: