I like Garamond.
Exactly this. I use Garamond 11 for print, and TNR 12 for ebook. Just pick a standard, non-fancy font for digital. One of the nice things about digital is that the owner can change the font to whatever they prefer, so just do something plain and standard.horse_girl said:I use Garamond for my print books. It's very readable, even in smaller point.
As for ebooks, I leave those in the Times New Roman that I like to write them in--the ereaders convert it to their owners' preferred fonts anyway.
You can do whatever you want. But what I did was print out a sample page (already formatted to print standards using the Createspace template), and then compared that to paperbacks on my shelves. And I found that Garamond 11 was the closest to the traditionally-published books.Sapphire said:What about a print book intended for an older audience? Would you still use Garamond 11 or would you move up to 12, or even 14?