Dean Wesley Smith highlighted a comment from one of his readers (Teri Babcock) about ebook pricing in its own blog post. It argues for saner ebook pricing, and I mostly agree. I've been thinking about raising the prices on my two ebooks for a while now, and will probably follow through Real Soon Now™.
A telling quote I think:
Read the full comment and a few follow–up remarks by Dean here: The New World of Publishing: Book Pricing from Another Perspective.
I'm still a bit wary of pricing my ebooks too high, so the coming price hike will probably be small. I was thinking around $3 for First Time Fuck Buddies (because that is really quite a short story) and around $4 for Sister Bound.
Pointing out the hypocrisy in how it enforces its pornography policies.
Recently John Scalzi has been rable rousing against bad publishing contracts that have been emerging from Random House's eBook specific imprints Hydra and Alibi.
Go to this post on his website and get caught up on what the kerfuffle is all about.
In case it needs saying, I agree 100% with John here.
Cecilia Lansing is me.
Dean Wesley Smith highlights a comment from his blog on ebook pricing.
Banned for a simple anatomy drawing that's designed to educate.
John Scalzi rable rousing against bad book contracts.
An excerpt from my novel–length wip and a shameless cry for attention.
I'm missing out on writing hours because I haven't set up a good workspace for myself at home.