Hi. I'm new to this forum and new to publishing as well. I would like to take this moment and introduce myself. I'm from London and have long loved the written word. I've been reading and writing for many years but never published. My stories have sat on hard drives and read by friends. I've been thinking, recently, that I would like to try to give them a life beyond my and my friend's computer screen. They say there is no such thing as a stupid question. I would like to test the theory! I've been reading how to properly format a manuscript for submission. At the moment, I am trying digital submissions. I think that I understand the formatting but one thing is still unclear. What do you do when you get to the end of the page? I'm thinking it would be bad form to split a paragraph? So would you simply move the paragraph down to the next "clean page" even if there is a large gap? Or do you, indeed, split the paragraph? Probably a silly question but I want to get it right and I couldn't find an answer with Google. Thanks for your patience and your time, gents and ladies.