I have in my possessin The Little, Brown Handbook 7th ed. It's an excellent source to help write grammatical sentences, punctuation, mechanics, etc. I know now to use the Chicago Manual Style for my bibliography with my Greeks. I'm trying like mad not to use footnotes or endnotes in my project. Guys, this is starting to give me a headache. I caught several mistakes: for example, I had someone married to the wrong person and listed as a son instead of a daughter. Here's a small sample:
Abas: (king of Argolis) married Aglaia and had his twins Proetus and Acrisius.
Acrisius: son of Abas and Aglaia. Twin to Proetus. Married Aganippe who had a daughter Danaë.
Aganippe: married Acrisius and mother to Danaë.
Danaë: daughter of Acrisius and Aganippe. Mother of Perseus by Zeus.
I now have 43 pages with over 5900 words. And there is so much more to log. This will take way longer than the summer, but yet still fun. Some of these characters (like Zeus, Poseidon, Aphrodite) are very promiscuous.