Insert fancy title: What I learnt from rejected manuscripts

cover-blog-e1519171490188.pngIt’s disheartening, going through the toils of writing your research into a paper and having fellow authors,  supervisors and journals demand major revisions. It can takes months to account for those corrections, and still end in rejection. It stirs up serious impostor syndrome. We’re told overcoming this leads to being a better writer, something every academic strives for when published papers are the knife to our bread and butter. Therefore, my latest failure felt like a requisite opportunity to list what I’ve learnt: Continue reading