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Faced with the exact numbers now, I must concede that while this is certainly true for April, in May I spent more on books than usual, ending up acquiring far higher numbers than in any other month before. Similarly, in May there were very good discounts and bargain prices offered from Fictionwise and Carina Press. I want to point out that I acquired all of my new books legally, respecting geographical restrictions and never pretending I was from anywhere but Europe.
In this instance I discovered that Allison Lane published two new regencies with Belgrave House, and accordingly bought them. So I was happy to buy the three non-vampire historicals in the Medieval Herb Garden series she seems to have self-published at All Romance eBooks.
And if I like the book, then I may buy future ones at full price. This deserves a special mention, because I hated it with a vengeance when I first read it in German in the late s. When I came across it at a bargain price, I began to wonder whether it was really as awful as I remembered, and hey presto! I had bought it. You never now! I might urgently need them unable to wait until I can lay hands on my paper copy at home while stuck on the underground, on a holiday, during a break at work!
Some good discounts later, I have additional ePub copies. In each case, I was so impatient for the book that I used a good bargain offer and bought the ebook before the paper copy arrived — which I still got. Some authors I need in paper. While all this bounty makes me feel like a child in a toyshop at Christmastime, in more sober moments I see some drawbacks in spite of the undeniable delight I take in my new books. The first drawback is choice.
I acquired more than new books in two months and okay, some are short stories or novellas. No way do I have the time to look at each, reading the first pages, savoring it, before I settle down with one to read.
On a recent train journey that lasted three quarters of an hour, I spent 30 minutes just browsing through the Opus before finally deciding on one story. I forget about some of the books I bought. And I have been so busy hunting the internet for bargains recently that on average, I spent more time getting books than actually reading them, which is not a good development.
A second problem results from my changed expectations in pricing. I am so used now to picking up wonderful books at bargain prices that I get more and more reluctant to pay full price.
With several eBook stores, I live in constant happy anticipation of the next special offer and just keep the books I am interested in on the wishlist until it comes around. I just hope the eBook stores and authors can survive this attitude in their customers. No, seriously: I appreciate wide choice in eBooks and eBook retailers, and the constant hunt for bargains worries me.
This leads me to my final point: With all these bargains and discounts, as much as I love them, I am afraid books — not just eBooks — will lose in value.
You can argue that the market makes prices, and obviously this is the case. But a book has an inherent value: I like well-edited, well-formatted books. So if you take into account all the effort that went into creating a book, it is definitely worth something, an amount that I am rightly required to pay if I want to read it. And I am worried authors will feel discouraged when they see their creation sold for so little that they worked so hard for.
So what do you think? By what criteria do you get cheap and bargain eBooks? Regarding pricing, are my concerns too old-fashioned for this digital age, or are we in danger of ruining the book market? Does a book have an inherent value that should demand a certain price? I shop the bargain books just as carefully as the full priced ones. I only get what I really am interested in.
I will sometimes impulse buy a very inexpensive title, but if you do that too often, your budget can be nickle and dimed away. I did get several titles from the Carina Press 99 cent sale, and the All Romance Memorial Weekend sale and three titles for free from credits. It has not changed my pricing expectation. However, bargain books is a great way to find an author or new genre to try out. Like Susan I still just download books I think I might be interested in. Free and Bargain eBooks — Blessing or Curse?
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This entry was posted in General and tagged aar, addiction, facebook, fictionwise, historicals, […]. For now, the majority of my reading is done from the library or from a subscription service booksfree. There are a few authors that I have in my must-read list that have gone only digital. I hope eventually the busness model will include a POD option for old foggies like me.
I always keep an eye out for freebies and I impulse buy a lot of 99 cent books. So I calculated what I spent in May.
Not counting the freebies at all of which I downloaded dozens the average price I paid for an ebook was 3. And http: I really appreciate seeing the special deals posted here. The ones I choose are authors I have wanted to try or books that are recommended.
I appreciate authors that make their backlists available as ebooks especially with discounted prices. As a reader, I love the extra stories I can get from my favorite authors. With the smothering quantities of books available, I believe all readers will be forced to become more selective, which in turn, brings quality back to the forefront.
I would the guess the retailers are responsible for the reductions, with the possible exception of the Agency publishers. Susan and Leigh, I wish I had your self-control. Low quality in language and editing will put me off any book. I found when I first got my Kindle I glutted myself on any and all cheap or free books in my genres. Over time I have become more selective of what I download even if it is free or at a nominal cost.
I read it and ended up buying all the rest in the series. While I am always on the hunt on the bargain forums and the Kindle free list for deals I am more than willing to pay up for an author I know I love. Speaking for one site, Smashwords, that specializes in self-published work, the author sets their own price. A friend of mine recently self-published on there.
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