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Monday, January 25, 2016
Authors! Listen Up!
2. The more italics you use, the less they mean.
3. Don't invent your own citation style. It won't help.
4. Speaking of citation styles, don't use what would appear in a law journal unless you're writing for a law journal. If you're a lawyer writing on a different topic, get over it. No one wants to read citations full of emphasis on the wrong information.
5. If you plan on compiling your own table of contents, write it after the rest of the book is finished to ensure that the text matches up.
6. Punctuation helps, and using it properly is crucial. The marks guide your reader through your thought process. Without punctuation, you have no structure. And without structure you have
Glasses don't work for you either, dearie.
I got my issues with Democrats, too.