MLA is the most popular format teachers especially look for in the schools and colleges of America, but a publisher may ask the same of a book. The type of book and the publisher both determine the format of any book you submit to them. It's important to heed their advice and gather all the information needed to get your book published if you wish to publish with them. So, here's a fresh view of basic MLA format rules:
If you question how to cite or display information, look it up! Easybib and Purdue OWL are two great websites to learn about formatting and citation in MLA. Or, if you're stumped on what to do, email your questions to us at email@example.com! We'd be glad to help you! Whether you're dreading papers or reading up on ways to add finishing touches to a book you're writing, there are many aides for the MLA Style around.
“Welcome to the Purdue OWL.” Purdue OWL: MLA Formatting and Style Guide, Purdue University. 22 Nov. 2017.
“MLA Format: The Complete MLA Citation Guide by EasyBib.” EasyBib, Chegg. 22 Nov. 2017.
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