Dear Treasured Reader,
I’m writing to you for advice. I’m curious as to your option on a single question: What’s a fair price for a Kindle book?
I have the good fortune of owning e-book rights for all my titles, and with that comes the ability to set the prices. So I’m asking: What’s a fair price?
I’ve often believed that you can price ebooks so low that no one buys them, assuming they aren’t worth a typical asking price. I have zero research to support that, only my own buying habits, and I’m a reader who falls in love with a writer and buys everything from them.
So, I’d love to hear your opinion. What’s a good Kindle price?
All of this leads me to another topic –– the benefits of a Kindle.
As a life-long lover of books, I enjoy the smell of books, the feel of pages turning, the weight of a physical book on my palm. As a dyslexic, the new dyslexic-friendly font, Dyslexie, on my Kindle is life-changing. I recently told a friend: “This is how you’ve been reading since we were kids.” Reading has never been easy, per se. It’s always been enjoyable, a large part of my life, but the new font allows me to read faster than ever. It’s made my Kindle a large part of my life.