I believe it's proper to put book titles in "quotes."
I believe it's proper to put book titles in "quotes." And it's American-proper to put all periods inside quotes even if it's not logical. But that's about as adhered to as starting a sentence with a conjunction.I think that "The idea that the earth is round is accepted without without question, without hesitation, as if they were words of a higher power above. " May sound better as "The idea that the earth is round is accepted without question or hesitation, as if they were words from a higher power.""The Flat Earth Society is a bastion of disobedience, a shining buoy on a sea of conformity, a declaration that we must not blindly accept a truth without compelling evidence." The shining buoy of conformity sounds to me like it's some sort of paragon for conformity, not something that's in contrast to it as the context suggests."We seek to question -- to endlessly question and question again -- to unraveling the mysteries of reality for ourselves, allowing truth to be our compass and to follow it wherever it leads us."I have other notes, but they are nitpicking.