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In my subfield, there is a highly regarded journal 'J'. I just finished a manuscript, which I thought would be suitable and 'good enough'‘good enough’ for Jthis journal. Coincidentally, another manuscript that I had originally submitted to Jthe journal two years ago, after long periods of waiting, revision, etc. just got accepted by Jthis journal.

Should I adapt my plans in any way? Does it seem like I am 'journal‘journal-hogging'hogging’ or gaming the system if I submit a new paper literally days after the last one has been accepted?

In my subfield, there is a highly regarded journal 'J'. I just finished a manuscript, which I thought would be suitable and 'good enough' for J. Coincidentally, another manuscript that I had originally submitted to J two years ago, after long periods of waiting, revision, etc. just got accepted by J.

Should I adapt my plans in any way? Does it seem like I am 'journal-hogging' or gaming the system if I submit a new paper literally days after the last one has been accepted?

In my subfield, there is a highly regarded journal. I just finished a manuscript, which I thought would be suitable and ‘good enough’ for this journal. Coincidentally, another manuscript that I had originally submitted to the journal two years ago, after long periods of waiting, revision, etc. just got accepted by this journal.

Should I adapt my plans in any way? Does it seem like I am ‘journal-hogging’ or gaming the system if I submit a new paper literally days after the last one has been accepted?

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Submitting a new paper just after another was accepted by the same journal

In my subfield, there is a highly regarded journal 'J'. I just finished a manuscript, which I thought would be suitable and 'good enough' for J. Coincidentally, another manuscript that I had originally submitted to J two years ago, after long periods of waiting, revision, etc. just got accepted by J.

Should I adapt my plans in any way? Does it seem like I am 'journal-hogging' or gaming the system if I submit a new paper literally days after the last one has been accepted?