I sent this to The Globe And Mail today. This goes along with my previous post about how damned brilliant and annoying I can be.
While reading the Book section of The Globe and Mail weekend edition May 13, 2006, I enjoyed Laura Robinson's review of Sheldon Kennedy's book (page D4).
There was something at the end of the first paragraph that made me wonder. Ms. Robinson says "They knew we might put it altogether." I'm sure she meant all together didn't she?
At least in the Book section I'd expect some pretty good proofreading to be going on. But mistakes do happen and people point them out. Life goes on.
If ever you're looking for a new proofreader, hire me and pay me well. I'll go to town looking for just this sort of thing to save the paper from having to listen to people like me.