On Paragraph Length
"I’ve written before about how intentional I am with paragraphs, as well as how that can become a trap. When I start work on a piece of writing, one of the first thoughts is always how long its paragraphs should be, so I want to devote an entry here to the effect different lengths have on a post’s style and tone."
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