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Old 10-01-2012, 09:30 AM   #5
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You betcha I'm price sensitive. Every time I look at purchasing an e-book I've got to pay more than I want to and more than most other countries pay for it. Let's take a gander at a few of the interesting selections in this month's 100 Kindle deals from Amazon. Used to be a great place to pick up some reads for a deal. Molly Ringwald When it Happens to you for $3.99. Click on it, nope it's $15.17. OOhh, The Sisters Brothers for $2.99, I'd definitely pick that up. Sorry it's not actually even available in Canada. That's right, a firetrucking Canadian-born author, nominated for Canada's best literature prize The Giller, isn't even available in Canada. Hmmm, a Jodi Picoult for $2.99. No, that's $10.35.

Price sensitive, you bet I'm price sensitive. You heard it here boys and girls: E-BOOKS ARE A WASTE OF MONEY!

Someone might want to move this to the Vent and Rant thread.

I hope my Kindle enjoys it's new life as a doorstop.
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