An online journal in which members of The Society for the Promotion of Good Grammar document their noble efforts.
"our trademark third-person point of view" -- should that be "our trademark first-person-plural"? He doesn't remember seeing the third-person conceit in SPOGG on a regular basis. But he could be wrong...
Thank you! Can you tell I am writing a novel in the third-person point of view and have it on the brain (what's left of the brain, anyway). It's been fixed.
No problem! I love the pretention of the royal "we" but find the third-person usage downright creepy. (Joey likes fast cars and loose women, doesn't Joey?)Daniel
(or "pretension", even)
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