Let’s proceed to the list of the best fonts for reading books. Insider Monkey has recently published an interesting article about it. A book’s font can make or break it for a reader. They might not realize that the problem can be narrowed down to such a simple problem, but the wrong choice of font for a book can not only make it difficult to read but messy and downright ugly. The proper font must be simple enough not to be a distraction, spaced out enough to allow easy reading, and serious enough to keep the interest of the reader. It helps if it’s aesthetically pleasing, as well. there are some fonts that are just easier to read for the general public. And writers and publishers have already figured out exactly which fonts those are.
Personally I extremely love reading. Whenever I travel somewhere I read something. Generally a book. I am really old-fashioned as I much prefer books to eBooks or reading on my smartphone. I like the smell of the paper pages – they take me back to the times when there were no computers, cell phones; but we went to the library and borrowed as many books as we could. since then I have had to wear glasses so fonts in a book are important for me. But not only do I read books, naturally I read a lot on my laptop and my smartphone, too.
Now without a further ado let’s see what Insider Monkey has investigated for us. We have picked three of the best fonts for reading books from their list.
The first one is Caslon. Old style serif typeface is how one website describes this font, which was developed in 1722. The second font is Minion. At last, but not least we are mentioning Sabon.