I’m going to write an article.
You know, the kind where there is a space between each sentence.
And they are short so
They are easy to read.
Like that one.
I’m going to come up with a provocative title.
It should convey some angst
And how I got over it.
Maybe I’ll do this every day for a year and I’ll write about that too.
I have a trauma.
Wait, no I don’t.
I have an insight. I think. Be careful, you just put two sentences next to each other. People don’t like paragraphs.
Don’t forget to use subheads (I forgot)
Learn about the Flesch Reading Test. Good, you put in an outbound link.
The test says the ideal reading level is that of a 13–15 years old:
“If you do not use too many difficult words and you keep your sentences rather short, the check will pass. Of course, our understanding of what is difficult and what is easy to read really differs. But it is usually believed that a good web text can be easily understood by a 13–15-year-old.” -from the article I linked to
Good, you used a quote.
Now we’re learning something. Are you inspired? I know I am.
I am writing an article.
Tell me what you think!