Small Print

My complaint is not about “the small print” in a legal sense, but rather the tendency of some people to publish texts in the smallest pUnknownossible font in an effort to reduce costs. My vision is not exactly improving with age (which is a common issue for almost all humans). Reading should be a joy, not a struggle.

For example, I have been trying to read one particular book for over two months and even with my glasses the strain on my eyes makes it impossible to read more than two or three pages a night. It is a good book (I think) and I want to read it.  Perhaps if I try and make some time to read it during the day rather than at night (which is when I and most people of working age have time to read) I will have a better chance. My request – Please spend the little extra on printing so that people can actually read the book. The money you save on cheap printing could be lost in sales.  I won’t be buying it.

Sarah

 

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