Dan Ariely - Predictably Irrational. Choke on it. We have again rewritten the entire manuscript from start to finish. We even changed the goddamn running head! Hopefully we have suffered enough by now to satisfy even you and your bloodthirsty reviewers. I shall skip the usual point-by-point description of every single change we made in response to the critiques.
How To Communicate With The Journal? Peer Review Comments, Cover Letter And More
Writing effective cover letters for journal submissions: Tips and a Word template
Three Cover Letter Templates to Journal Editors Each cover letter is unique, and those addressed to journal editors by scientists and academics when they submit their writing for publication are no exception. As an opportunity to present original research in the best possible light, a cover letter is indispensible for persuading a busy editor that a manuscript is worthy of peer review. The originality that should characterise an excellent cover letter therefore prevents the wholesale use of a universal template without significant alterations, but the three sample letters that appear below may prove helpful for scholars who are planning, formatting and drafting a professional cover letter to a journal editor. The content of the three sample letters is entirely fictional, with the dates, names, titles and situations invented. The specifics pertinent to your own research, your manuscript and the journal you are targeting will give you the raw material to emulate these templates.
Writing a Journal Cover Letter [Free Template]
Here we have placed the example real time response to the reviewers comments. Each reviewer has been responded politely and thoroughly with detailed answers. Thank you very much for giving us a chance to revise our manuscript. We have carefully read all comments and have tried our best to revise the manuscript as per reviewers suggestions, which we hope to meet with acceptance requirements.
Experienced authors who have managed to have their works published, know how difficult it is to make their first cover letter for manuscript publication. The first time you write it could be a really exciting process and it would take a mixture of balance and a certain professional candor. First of all, it has to be meaningful and contain some of the more pertinent information about the work you have written.