Martin Pitt 05 September 2014 Speaking as a dyslexic, I strongly disagree with the prepositions rule. Whenever I am forced to break a line I always try to break after prepositions whenever possible as it is then easier to flow line-to-line. This is especially noticeable in large paragraphs. Otherwise I often and almost always find myself backing up and trying to re-read the previous line to understand how a sentence relates to the next line due to not having been primed to do so. With a preposition I can mentally anticipate the connection and therefore read it fluently.