Originally Posted by zelda_pinwheel
i am just dreaming of the day some publisher finally decides to adopt the "give the razor away for free to sell the blades" model with ebooks.
in the meantime, their experimentations with prices are driving me crazy. seems like their working idea is "how much can we gouge them for ?" most of the time (with a few notable exceptions)...
Couldn't agree more, the prices on Haruki Murakami novels available at BooksonBoard are schizophrenic. $18 for Blind Willow, Sleeping Woman. $10 for Vintage Murakami. I can't see how that makes any sense at all.