|Keep it simple|
The best way to ensure a smooth conversion is to use mainstream fonts such as Times New Roman, Arial and Garamond. Our particular font of choice is good old Times New Roman. This classic typeface is also the choice of many traditional book publishers.
Right, now that we've decided on the style font to use, it's time to consider what size of font is most suitable when formatting eBooks.
This is fairly simple, for the main body text, sizes 11 -12 fonts are most commonly accepted as the norm. The book's title and chapter headings are best kept reasonably small because on compact hand-held devices, over-large lettering tends to fill up the small screen and look overpowering. For this reason we recommend that you should not use a font size larger than 18.