No, that is not a misspelled word in the title. I am searching through numerous fonts, trying to decide on one for my book. Who would have ever thought there could be so many different ways to shape a letter. Do I want a modern typeface or something more classic? Since the story takes place in the 1890s, I've decided to go with a more traditional font. I'm studying the little squigly that hangs off the letter "g." I'm concerned that an "rn" combination doesn't look like the letter "m." How close is the "t" to the next letter in the word? This process does make you look, really look at what you are reading.
I finally recommend Calisto MT to the design team.