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Pamela Connolly

I appreciate your problem; fact is, large print books mostly go to libraries, and since I seem to be popular there, that may be the reason. I wasn’t aware of that site until you told me, but now I am, I’ll explore other supply options. Meantime, if you have an iTunes account, you can buy downloadable unabridged audio versions there for around the same cost as a paperback. They’re also available in that format on Audible.com. but tend to be more expensive. Would that be an option for your father?

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  1. Pamela Connolly
    August 23, 2012 at 10:45 am

    Unfortunately my father is paralysed down one side and his co-ordination is no longer what it used to be so audio books are not proving successful. Thank you for considering the Large Print Book website (www.largeprintbookshop.co.uk) as a means to sell your books in large print. I am sure there is a market for them. Although there are more expensive than “normal” books, it is worth every penny – Pamela

    • August 23, 2012 at 11:18 am

      I’ve contacted them, but it’s for them to consider me really. You could try F A Thorpe, who publish most of them. Meantime, AJ is looking at the possibility of making some available on http://www.campbellreadbooks.com. While all that’s happening though, another suggestion, maybe the most practical; if you buy an e-book, you can adjust the type size. If your dad can turn a page in a conventional book, he should be able to manage a Kindle, Kobo, or any other reader.

      • Pamela Connolly
        August 23, 2012 at 12:26 pm

        I find the service from the largeprintbooks website excellent and it would be ideal if they decide to stock your books. The kindle is a useful suggestion. As I have a kindle I might set it up for my dad to try. Meantime, I have found a supplier. The website http://www.ulverscroft.co.uk have a good range of your books in large print and audio. I have contacted them to register so that I can place an order. Thanks for all your help meantime.

  2. August 23, 2012 at 4:53 pm

    Ulverscroft should: they’re the publisher.

  3. alan
    June 8, 2015 at 3:00 pm

    Fallen gods is still not available on Audible

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