Writers used to underline text where they intended italics, but because it’s now so easy to see and find and identify italics, underlining is no longer necessary, not for fiction manuscripts.to require italics or quotation marks actually does.
Most words in your manuscript will be roman text—unchanged by italics—and, apart from dialogue, will not be enclosed by quotation marks.
Yet sometimes writers are confused about italics and quotation marks, especially when dealing with named entities.
An error in the use of italics or quotation marks—using one rather than the other or not using either when their use is required—is not likely a problem that will have an agent or publisher turning down your manuscript, especially if your manuscript isn’t bulging with other errors.
Yet knowing when to use both italics and quotation marks is useful and important for writers.
Once the introductions were done, The Bzzer decided who to eliminate but not completely.
Then The Bzzer & host Annie went over to a table where The Bzzer would talk to the remaining three contestants for two minutes.Ok, picture this, you're on a blind date and it just ain't happenin'. ) Don't you wish you could just push a button and make em disappear? Each one appeared behind a heart-shaped screen and telling everyone about themselves, but they couldn't see through it. And now, the host of your show, (Why that would be) ME! A bachelor/bachelorette who is dubbed "The Bzzer" was shown four members of the opposite sex. It's like the game Clue but someone got fingered instead of murdered. Then they all gather on the show and try to guess what happened on the dates and who likes who. was more of a fast-paced version of The Dating Game.