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Old 09-28-2012, 06:46 PM   #1445
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Originally Posted by pdurrant View Post
My average from Fictionwise is $2.47, and from Baen it's $3.50. From Amazon it's a little over $3.50.
The other factor is country you live in. I would like Postcards by Annie Proulx. Price if you live in the US is $11.99 and it's $19.43 if you live in Canada. Based on living in Canada you could probably add $3 at least to your average Amazon price. It's why most of my reading is done in paper format from my library now. I just can't afford to e-read the titles I want to in Canada. The thread is about limiting spending and I've certainly done that recently.
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