"It's got to be a crime to be that beautiful and flirtatious," Harvey sighed.
"Oh, I'm sorry," Sam apologized, taking out his earphones. "You need help with something?"
Harvey shook his head no. "I'm just talking to myself. I'll bother you when I need to."
Sam raised an eyebrow and turned around to where Harvey was ostensibly staring. Did Sam know who?
Now, I know the last sentence should technically be "Did Sam know whom?"
But I think you would agree that the correct way just sounds terrible, and it interrupts the flow.
So I posit the question: in creative writing, when is it OK to break the rules, and when is it not?
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