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Old 10-10-2012, 06:30 PM   #11
A. B. Syed
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A. B. Syed has learned how to read e-booksA. B. Syed has learned how to read e-booksA. B. Syed has learned how to read e-booksA. B. Syed has learned how to read e-booksA. B. Syed has learned how to read e-booksA. B. Syed has learned how to read e-booksA. B. Syed has learned how to read e-booksA. B. Syed has learned how to read e-books
 
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[QUOTE=piperclassique;2258405][QUOTE]Well that is still less than a cup of coffee
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Not where I live, it isn't 1.10 euros and I get the newspaper to read while I drink it.
Wow, you are so lucky, a cappucino here is around 2.15
Well, it *is* called 'rip-off' Britain for a reason!

I'll have a re-think about the price then. Thanks Piperclassique. I notice that one of the highest selling ebooks is around 20p. Now that seems like a rip-off for something which has taken 2-3 months and then the proof-reading, editing, formatting and publishing skills etc. It is such a fine line isn't it?
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