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This review is from: Dear Me: A Letter to My Sixteen-Year-Old Self (Kindle Edition)
I love the book and found the letters I could read very moving. However, some of the pages were set with the entire letter in view and even though I enlarged the typeface and tried zooming, the print was too tiny to read. I do plan to buy the hardcopy so I can enjoy the entire book. Perhaps my Kindle is capable of enlarging somehow and I just don't know how to do it ??
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Initial post: Nov 11, 2011 10:59:58 AM PST
Interior Decorator says:
To Margaret Zambito: I had the same problem with this book of my Kindle. The only letters I could read were the ones that were typed on a computer. I was unable to read any letter that was hand-written and I could NOT enlarge it. Like you, I feel that I have to purchase a hard copy of this book just so I can read the majority of the letters. I feel that other Kindle users should be warned. Amazon, can you do anything about this? Thank you.
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Posted on Feb 28, 2012 8:11:29 AM PST
Mr. J. J. Galliano says:
Hi Margaret Zambito,
I'm the editor of the Book, Dear Me.
Thank you for drawing our attention to the problem (which turned out to be the result of wrongly formatted files) with the Kindle version. It has now been rectified and you should be able to get a free replacement file from Amazon.
Please accept my apologies for any inconvenience. Perhaps you could check it out and then if you like it, post a new review here? That would be much appreciated. (As an aside, $1 a copy will go to Doctors Without Borders) If you can't work out how to get your version replaced, then drop me an email via www.dearme.org and I'll try and help,
Joseph Galliano Dear Me
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