Dear Dr. Fujimoto,
We have learned of your published research on laser therapies and would like to invite you to participate in our publishing program.
To learn more about Nova and our recently published books, please visit About Us and our website at novapublishers.com.
We welcome two possible avenues of cooperation (you can select one or both):
1. Your authorship or editorship of a monograph or edited collection on a topic of your choice.
The format (monograph or edited collection), approach and the manuscript submission date is at your discretion. If you are interested, please fill in our Book Idea Form and return it to us. Alternatively, you can submit your book proposal online. If your book proposal is accepted for publication, we will send our agreement for your evaluation and signature. Your book will be published in printed and electronic formats simultaneously.
2. Your submission of one or more original research or review chapter(s) for our upcoming hardcover edited collection (by selected invitation only) tentatively entitled:
Laser Therapies: Types, Uses and Safety
The deadline for the abstract is January 15, 2019 and for the completed chapter April 15, 2019. Please send the abstract and the chapter to Stella Rosa at nova.Inclusion in Nova’s edited collections is without charge to authors. The only exceptions are color figures if required and an English editing fee if it is determined to be necessary. Other manuscript enhancement options are available at the author’s discretion. Please see the detailed notes for contributors.
We also welcome proposals to serve as the editor of this volume. If you are interested, please send your latest CV to us. Proposals to serve as the editor are welcome up to the abstract deadline.
You are welcome to extend this invitation letter on our behalf to your esteemed and recommended colleague(s) active in this field of research.
We look forward to the possibility of working together. We also invite you to visit our office on Long Island or meet with one of our representatives in New York, should such a possibility arise.