Paying a lower price for a paperback book…

When it comes to paperback books, I prefer large print, because… well… they are easier for me to read. All books in the Haunting Danielle series come in both regular paperback and large print.

Unfortunately, large print paperbacks tend to be pricy because they contain more paper. The regular price of a Haunting Danielle large print paperback book is $22 these days. But did you know you can often get them for under $5? And if you have Prime, there is no shipping costs. (I am talking about new paperbacks, not used books.)

Amazon frequently offers paperbacks at a reduced rate—often lower than my production cost. How do they do this? I’m not really sure, but someone once told me it had something to do with overruns and then they want to move the books. I have no idea how true that is.

But, if you want to take advantage of these deals, this is what you do…

Log into my Amazon Author Page (click on Link).

Once there, scroll down and you will see a horizonal menu listing the offered formats. Click on PAPERBACK.

Once that pages opens, go the “Sort by” option on the right side of the page and choose Price: Low to High.

When I just did this, The Ghost Who Lied popped up at $4.23 in large print. It says there is only 1 left in stock. While I don’t always believe those “in stock” claims, I imagine there may only be one currently available.

But that’s not the only book offered at discount. There are two other ones from the series offered under $5, and about a half a dozen listed below the regular sale price.  All have limited copies at those prices.

If you check today and they are all gone, check back. I do this periodically and always find new ones on sale.

I suspect you might find this true for the paperbacks of other authors you read.

Happy bargain hunting!

Two Haunting Danielle releases today!

Yes, that’s right! Today the 21st book in the Haunting Danielle series—The Ghost and the Baby—comes out in eBook and paperback formats. (Large print and regular print.)

For some reason, Amazon is not making it easy to find the product page for the large print format, so here is the link to that page.

Also coming out today is the audiobook of The Ghost Who Dream Hopped, released by Tantor Media and narrated by the talented Romy Nordlinger.  

Hope you enjoy the new release!

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