Just a thought: Not something I saw being discussed in threads, including the many on agency pricing.
What if Amazon wins? What if there were books available on kindle at prices equal, close to, or less than the discounts available on paperbacks and used paperbacks (minus the shipping)? I'm not imagining a future where everything is 99 cents, but what if the average NEW bestseller was priced 20% or more lower on Kindle than in paperback? What if last year's bestsellers were $2.99 or less? Do you think readers would still be filling up on your books for $2.99, or even 99 cents if there was more inexpensive content available from established authors (other than public domain)?
Thoughts, opinions, insight?
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