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?
Publishing your book for the iPad is straightforward, if you have all your ducks in a row
Two more publishers are dictating higher e-book prices, deserting Amazon's $9.99 model
Google has an ideal tablet operating system and a huge investment in e-books. It could give the Apple iPad a run for its money, at least in the publishing world
The book trade has long complained about Amazon's death-grip on prices and margins. Maybe the iPad has changed the balance of power
And, perhaps, the death knell of Amazon's Kindle
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