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.
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Dean Wesley Smith highlights a comment from his blog on ebook pricing.
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