Here is the general rule in the simplest form:
Capitalize every word EXCEPT for the following:
a, an, and, at, but, by, for, in, nor, or, of, on, or, so, the, to, up, yet …
… UNLESS they are the first or last words of the title.
- To Kill a Mockingbird
- On Top of Old Smokey
- With or Without You
- Born to Run
- About a Boy
- In Between Days
- She Bangs the Drums
- The Crying of Lot 49
- Blood on the Leaves
NOTE: There are other “rules” and “standards” for capitalizing titles. If you are instructed by your teacher, professor, or editor to comply with a specific style, consult the appropriate guide, e.g., The BBC News Style Guide, The Associated Press Stylebook, MLA Style Manual and Guide to Scholarly Publishing, The Chicago Manual of Style.
why does everyone look so surprised when i say the reason for cutting my hair short is the hot weather, what were u expecting “i need to take my father’s place in war and the chinese army won’t accept women” ???
OH MY GOD
In social issues class today our professor held up a black book and was like “this book is red” and we were all “no” and he said “yes it is” and we were just all “that’s not right” and he turned it around and the back cover was red and he said “Don’t tell somebody they’re wrong until you’ve seen things from their point of view”
that speaks to me
it was blood orange