A nice font collection for your e-book reader

Happy new year everyone! During the Christmas holidays, I spent some time trying to find an alternative to Bookerly font, which I have been using on my Kindle Paperwhite since day one. After trying a lot of different alternatives, I ended up with the following ones, which you can download and test them yourself: Linux Libertine (source) Google Literata (source) Noto Serif (source) Charis SIL (source) Bitter ht (source) If you use a Kindle, just unpack the zip, and put the fonts inside the “fonts” folder.
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How to add soft hyphenation on Kindle e-books

One of the major “issues” with kindle, is how much its hyphenation capabilities suck, especially, when an e-book is not specifically made for kindle and it’s converted from an .epub file (as most of my e-books are). However, the community (SauliusP to be more specific) gave a solution to this, with a calibre plugin named Hypenate This! Installation Download and install the plugin in calibre: Preferences -> Plugins -> Load plugin from file Download a hyphenation dictionary
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