The style of the font, its size, thickness, and even the spacing between words can all subtly influence our perception on an unconscious level.
We sure spend a lot of time finding just the right fonts for our print books. And we want our ebooks to look just as good, don’t we?
Since we introduced our interior book templates in February, 2013 over 15,000 authors all over the world have created their books more quickly and at less expense than ever before. But nothing’s perfect, right? Tracy Atkins and I have been hard at work for over a year to change the way we sell our templates, […]
Hermann Zapf, A Legendary Type Designer of Palatino, Optima, Melior, Zapfino and Zapf Dingbats along with some history
5 Favorite Free Fonts for Interior Book Design shows samples and gives information on Theano Didot, Alegreya, Crimson, Gandhi Serif, Rosarivo
Kindle’s New Bookerly Font and Other Typography Features looks at recent changes for ebooks and e-readers
Book Design: Formatting Poetry Gets A Lot Easier with the Poetics book template from bookdesigntemplates.com
Monday Mailbag, Self-Publishing Questions and Answers deals with ISBNs, copyright, selecting fonts, cover design and more
Where Can I Legally Use My Fonts? by David Bergsland explains how font licensing has developed and how epub and print usage varies
Finding Free Fonts for Your Self-Published Book with problems to look out for and a large resource section for high quality free fonts