Writing an academic paper is a dreadful exercise for many researchers. Is there a way it can be made simple and, if possible, enjoyable? Our mind will fool us by suggesting that we should write the paper from the title to the references in that order: title, abstract, keywords, introduction, methodology, results, discussion, conclusions, and references – as they are presented in a scholarly publication.
Navigating the peer review process is a pivotal juncture for authors seeking to publish their work in academic journals. Understanding the peer review process, adhering to journal guidelines, and crafting a well-structured manuscript are the foundational steps for smooth navigation during the peer review process.