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Large Print Paperback Books Available

 

One benefit of reading an eBook is the ability to increase font size. However, some people still prefer paper books. And often those readers who shy away from eBooks—or have never considered reading one—are those readers who could most benefit from the ability to increase font size—older readers.

My sister’s mother-in-law (in her nineties), my close friend’s mother (in her eighties), and my mother (eighty-nine), are all Haunting Danielle fans. Of the three, my mother is the only one who switches between paperback and eBooks, yet even she prefers reading a paper book.

It’s for these readers we put out two versions of paper books for our Haunting Danielle readers. We have a regular 12-point font book—and our large print—which is 18-point font.

I will confess, I’m partial to reading the large print paper books. They are an exceedingly comfortable read. Unlike the regular print books, with cream color paper, our large print books are printed on white paper for a crisper read.

The books are available at Amazon. Here are the links!

The Ghost of Marlow House

The Ghost Who Loved Diamonds

The Ghost Who Wasn’t

The Ghost Wanted Revenge

The Ghost of Halloween Past

The Ghost Who Came for Christmas

The Ghost of Valentine Past

The Ghost from the Sea

The Ghost and the Mystery Writer

The Ghost and the Muse

The Ghost Who Stayed Home

The Ghost and the Leprechaun

The Ghost Who Lied

The Ghost and the Bride

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Book 10 now available in paperback!

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Now all the books in the Haunting Danielle series are available in paperback—both regular and large print format. The most recent book, The Ghost and the Muse, went live yesterday—in eBook and paperback formats.

The paperback formats weren’t available until late last night and the links didn’t go live on the Robeth Publishing site until this morning.

You can order the books from Amazon. Amazon is an interesting place. Not only do they list books they ship, they also allow other booksellers to compete on their site.  If you go to The Ghost and the Muse product page (for the regular print paperback) over on Amazon this morning, you’ll see someone is offering a “used” copy of the book (for museammore than Amazon’s price, PLUS you have to pay the shipping, which Amazon Prime members don’t have to pay if they buy directly from Amazon.)

So I wonder…if someone orders a “used” copy of the book from them, does this mean this seller first has to buy a new copy, read it or flip through it to give it that used feel—and then resell it? After all, the book just became available late last night.