While I work on some server maintenance and moving a few other sites today, I wanted to leave you with a post from my new indie publishing blog.
You know that I’m a big fan of e-books as a residual income stream for freelance writers. And you probably know that e-book pricing can be a hot button issue, especially since Amazon jumped in and seemingly took over e-books in the public’s minds. You may have also noticed the obscenely low prices some e-book authors charge, as though that’s the way e-book should be (with no regard for the fact that e-book publishing is much older than e-readers and that premium pricing models have done very well by many an e-book author).
Personally I find the race to the bottom game pathetic, whether that’s freelance bidding sites, content mills or now e-book pricing. So I talked to Zoe Winters, an indie author raising her rates.
Check out the interview and join the conversation if you’re an e-book author or plan to become one.