I like spelling “grey” rather than “gray”. Can’t explain why, I just do. And it’s one of the perks of indie publishing. I get to tell my copy editor and proofreader that I prefer that spelling.
So far, nobody has mentioned being utterly horrified by the British spelling of the color in any of my Amazon reviews. 🙂
Don’t you mean ‘colour’? 😉
A notable copywriter argued at length with an author at length over the spelling of grey/gray. The author insisted ‘grey’ was a lighter shade. I know it’s a US/UK usage thing, but in my head, I know what the author means.
But… But… What about the Oxford Comma?
(IMHO, it should be *mandatory* on both sides of the Atlantic. The “ou” stuff can be skipped.)
There’s a seperate video devoted to commas
Yes. here it is:
Eric Flint once described a pass over a co-author’s draft as an exercise in “U-icide.” Said co-author was very much from the British spelling code of “honour.”
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