"End sentences with information readers cannot anticipate. Readers prefer to read what's easy before what's hard, and what is familiar and simple is easier to understand than what is new and complex." Jospeh M. Williams
I can't agree with this enough. I hate when I come across sentences and I get stuck tryin to figure out and connect the first part of the sentence with the last thought. I end up frustrated and sometimes even skipping over the paragraph/information. You want someone to read all of your work so make sure it flows.
I recently had a problem with Wordsworth's "Preface to the Lyrical Ballads" because he would go on about a point and on about a point with so many commas and examples all in one sentence before getting to his final conclusion or remark. Then he would tie the previous extended sentence into yet another point.
Oh and can someone explain the graphs in this section?