How do you reference a book title?
Italicize titles if the source is self-contained and independent. Titles of books, plays, films, periodicals, databases, and websites are italicized. Place titles in quotation marks if the source is part of a larger work. Articles, essays, chapters, poems, webpages, songs, and speeches are placed in quotation marks.
Do you italicize your own title?
You should NOT “quote,” bold, underline, italicize, CAPITALIZE, or enlarge your own title. You might use the assignment title as your own title–or even the number of the assignment, such as Essay #1, as your own title.
How do you capitalize the title of a book?
Capitalization in Titles According to most style guides, nouns, pronouns, verbs, adjectives, and adverbs are the only words capitalized in titles of books, articles, and songs. Prepositions, articles, and conjunctions aren’t capitalized (unless they’re the first or last word).
Do thoughts go around quotes?
Never use quotation marks for thoughts, even if those thoughts are inner dialogue, a character talking to himself. Reserve quotation marks for speech that’s vocalized. Readers should be able to tell when a character is speaking inside his head and when he’s talking aloud, even if he’s the only person in the scene.
How do I change the font style on my iPhone?
Unfortunately, there is no way to change the iPhone’s system font from within settings or by downloading an app; if you want to be able to change the font used throughout your iPhone to a different font altogether, you’ll need to jailbreak your iPhone.