RNIB's fresh Focus

<p>New titles by Alexander McCall Smith and Audrey Niffeneger will feature in an extension of the Royal National Institute for Blind People&#39;s Focus campaign.</p><p>The campaign was launched in April with 53 titles but this autumn will see six new titles released on 14th October.</p><p>Focus offers large font titles for those who struggle reading small print books. The books are trade paperbacks and are priced &pound;12.99 if the standard trade edition is in paperback or &pound;16.99 if it is hardback.</p><p>The books are <em>Lost Art of Gratitude</em> by Alexander McCall Smith (Little Brown), <em>Born Bad</em> by Josephine Cox (HarperCollins), <em>We Are All Made of Glue</em> by Marina Lewycka (Penguin), <em>Assegai </em>by Wilbur Smith (Macmillan), <em>Knave of Spades</em> by Alan Titchmarsh (Hodder), and <em>Her Fearful Symmetry</em> by Audrey Niffeneger (Random House).</p><p><em>Chocolat </em>author Joanne Harris said: &quot;I have always been a supporter of Large Print editions and I am delighted that my books are being included in this very worthwhile campaign.&quot;</p><p>Among the authors included in the original Focus list were Clive Cussler, Nicholas Drayson, Len Goodman, Cathy Kelly, Karin Slaughter, Barbara Taylor Bradford and Barbara Vine.</p>