If you’ve ever wondered what a rejection letter/email looks like from an authors’ agent, here’s an example:
Thank you for allowing us the opportunity to consider your work. We are afraid that, despite its qualities, we do not feel sufficiently enthusiastic to offer to represent you.
We apologise for the impersonal nature of this email and regret that we cannot enter into correspondence about your work.
We wish you all the best in finding representation elsewhere.
Wouldn't it be nice if they said a few things about the work? "We loved your style of narrative writing but the dialogue needs some work." or "Not long enough" or "Your vocab is too limited" or something to help improve the work.