A post about Book Towns inspired a trip to the book store. I picked up a book of short stories, the new Castle mystery and Charles Darwin's Origin of Species.While reading the first few passages, I realized that I share a literary proclivity with Darwin. His sentences are overpopulated with commas. Mine were when I first started writing as well.
Now I can't stand them.
It is so hard to read between the commas. I am never sure which parts of a sentence are related to each other if too many are used. There are too many implied side comments or potentials for tangential meanderings which I already have a problem with. So when Darwin does it I kinda want to scream. I said something aloud to my house mate about the issue. And she says "Oh God not you too."
Apparently I share the annoyance with Richard Armitage.
The only thing I share with celebrity.