Originally Posted by mr_nihilism
Personally, I just boycott ebooks that are that high in cost. $9.99 is my ceiling. If there isn't enough profit to go around at that price, then there's a problem.
Same here. I refuse to pay more than what a paperback would cost me.
Back to the article, once they start reducing the prices, more price reductions will come, especially if more people stop paying the $14.99 prices, and they will once they see lower prices can happen. Even though I love reading on my ereader, I'd buy the paperback if it was a book I really wanted to read and couldn't get it through my public library.