ZigZagText is a printing style where alternate lines of text in a document are reversed in direction. In the first line, the words go from left to right, and in the second line they go from right to left, and so on. This makes the document easier to read, because your eye does not experience the strain of jumping from the right side of the page all the way back to the left after reading each line. This action also sometimes causes readers, especially young readers, to inadvertently skip lines. This is very similar to the Boustrophedon writing style that was used in ancient times.
We have just published our first book in ZigZagText format - a collection of 5 of Rudyard Kipling's 'Just So' stories for children. Please click the button below to find it on Amazon.com!
I would also be happy to convert any author's text to this format. Please contact me through the form on this web site if you are interested!