Originally Posted by machoman
Is the font size in the book same as the sample text? Well, I kind of expected more for an E-book.
What you are talking about is a printer-friendly PDF version. Most e-readers render PDFs exactly like the printer renders them on paper. This means you have a regular sized sheet of paper resized onto a small six-inch screen. Not very readable at 12-point Times New Roman.
Having a text size that is much too large for a printer means that the e-reader will render it normally using its smaller screen. If you view the same PDF document using your e-reader, I believe it will meet your expectations for being organized and neat. However, it probably doesn't come off as a very good first impression on the computer, so I will
be working on a printer-friendly version of the PDF.
It should be noted that ePub is the most popular and widely-accepted format for e-readers. ePub was the format in which I originally designed the e-book. It is also the format that comes out looking good both on e-readers and computers. The MOBI and PDF versions were converted from ePub using Calibre.