A little sentence structure guidance please? The book I am writing is non fiction; more instructional. I am torn between using the “I will show you this” approach or the “we will examine this” approach. I feel the latter may involve the reader more and come across as less dictatorial. Upon review recently, I find I am using both and I am minded to think it should be either/or? Am I correct to think I should remain consistent in this regard? Examples would be: However, you are here to find out the possibilities for the informed man aren’t you? So we return to the question of ‘is it possible?’ The simple answer is ‘Yes!’ You too can….. Or the other way would be: I will seek to demystify the media hype and show you what you can really expect. I will explain to you the………. What would be the correct way to address the reader? ‘We shall do this together dear reader’ or ‘I shall teach you how to do this’ – all opinions welcome.