Language / Writing Tip 26

Here’s a quick rule that you’ll be tempted to break often: don’t have two massive sentences in a row.

A fiction editor once told me that 20 words is already a long sentence. Two qualifications: “long” is not pythonesque; fiction is not academic writing.

In lieu of an example, a mathematical formula: 2x (where x means 50 or more) = pain for the reader.

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