Okay, I have two questions relating to capitalization. One is relating to the capitalization of "god" or "God." Here is my example: "I swear to God," she said. "There is no god for you to swear to, sweetie." I don't like interchanging the upper and lowercase G, even for different usage. But there are other sentences in the story where capitalization definitely feels appropriate. Can I get away with capitalizing it every time? I feel like there's a tone attached to doing that, and likewise a tone attached to never capitalizing it. But does it bother anyone else to constantly switch it up in order to remain contextually correct every time? Secondly, is it at all acceptable to use all caps to signify shouting in dialogue these days? I feel like it gets the point across much easier than an exclamation mark.