Never double space between hyphens because they are meant to "glue" words together.
Ex. 300-400 lizards, three-year-old, 8:00-8:40.
"Or" or "our" in words?
Ex. favorite/favourite, rumor/rumour, flavor/flavour, color/colour. "Or" is often used by the Americans.
British English, New Zealand English, Australian English and Canadian English, all use the latter.
A comma before "and" isn't necessary but is often used when there is an independent clause after it.
Place a comma before "but" when it is at the start of an independent clause*.
*(a complete sentence on it's own)
When planning on using a quote from someone's works, be sure to look up the copyright information.
Should you choose to use or share these, please don't change the content and keep the link. Thank you!
Here is an article regarding using other author's quotes in your book and the copyrights around them.
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