We all love real books, but for writers they're not the best deal
In this guest blog, author Clare Le May asks why some e-books are more expensive than their print counterparts. Shouldn't they be cheaper?
When you publish on the Kindle, you set your own price. But some customers will end up paying much more
Online retailer now sells more e-books than paperbacks
Okay, so I caved. I still think the Kindle is a dead-end technology. But I bought one anyway.
Two more publishers are dictating higher e-book prices, deserting Amazon's $9.99 model
The book trade has long complained about Amazon's death-grip on prices and margins. Maybe the iPad has changed the balance of power
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