It’s called Price Fixing and It’s Illegal

So Apple ignored the publishers who rolled over and settled with the Department of Justice and so this past Wednesday received a guilty verdict from a federal judge. Digitaltrends.com posted an interesting article on what the fallout for consumers could be: http://www.digitaltrends.com/apple/apple-e-book-fallout-what-it-means-for-your-wallet/. It is unlikely that we will see eBook prices drop across the board. All …

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An Author (And Reader’s) Response to the e-Book Price Debate

A Facebook friend made me aware of an excellent article from Nathan Bransford regarding e-Book pricing on c|net. You can read the article here, and I encourage you to do so. I agree with the article but then I started thinking about things from the author's and readers perspectives. Writing a book is a labor …

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