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How do you cite the same author and another book?

How do you cite the same author and another book?

Order the citations of two or more works within the same brackets in the same order in which they appear in the reference list. Place in-press citations last. Give the author’s surname/s once. Give only the date for each subsequent work.

How do I cite an author within a book?

To be made up of:Author of the chapter/section.Year of publication (in round brackets).Title of chapter/section (in single quotation marks) ‘in’ plus author/editor of book.Title of book (in italics).Place of publication: publisher.Page reference.

Can you reference other books in your book?

In general, yes, you can actually use real names in passing. Names of movies, writers, songs, books, celebrities, etc. What you cannot do is use actual copyrighted material: an excerpt from a book, lyrics from a song, dialog from a movie.

Can I mention a TV show in a book?

The short answer to your question, paraphrasing from this article, is that you can use names of brands in works of fiction without a problem as long as you’re not writing disparagingly about those brands. This would include names of shows and the like.