Thank you, bionicperry, for the comment. I appreciate it. Mark of the Cobra wasn't really rejected by my editor. Had I insisted, she would have published it, after a major edit, but she didn't care for the concept of the story. She didn't believe it was marketable in its present form. And I respected her view. Sometimes we have to listen to others, may they be editors or even readers.
I was disappointed, of course, not to see my hard work in print but, hey, I saw the 'error of my ways' and I move on.
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