I'm beginning to think that the 99 cent price point for e-books is a bad idea. It sends the signal that that's what the story is worth; better to give it away for a limited time, then charge enough to give it strong perceived value, is the way this argument goes, and I'm convinced by it. Here's Dean Wesley Smith's take on it. Book Pricing From Another Perspective
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