Faith, Film & Philosophy—New Format

Large Print Format

Our publisher has recently announced that our book Faith, Film and Philosophy: Big Ideas on the Big Screen is now available through “Read How You Want”—a company that customizes select books for readers with reading difficulties. This is good news for readers who will benefit from the special formatting provided by this company.

About ReadHowYouWant

ReadHowYouWant Pty Ltd and its R&D parent company, Accessible Publishing Systems Pty Ltd, are both Sydney, Australia-based privately held companies co-founded by electronic publishing pioneersChristopher Stephen and Greg Duncan. When Chris’s sister, who suffers from MS, developed difficulty reading, they began experimenting to determine whether people with reading difficulties could benefit from changing the text format.

After more than four years of testing, ReadHowYouWant has successfully developed award-winning conversion technology that reformats existing books into high quality, alternative formats quickly, easily, and at price points comparable to standard format books.

We currently have representatives working with publishers in Australia and New Zealand, the United States and Canada, and the United Kingdom. Since our books are printed on demand and our electronic formats are delivered on demand, we are able to offer books throughout the world as long as the country is within the book’s copyright.

The large-print edition of Faith, Film and Philosophy can now be ordered from Amazon here.

About Doug Geivett
University Professor; PhD in philosophy; author; conference speaker. Hobbies include motorcycling, travel, kayaking, sailing.

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