it does not matter the price of the book to me it doesn't matter and yes i will give any one a chance if the new authors think that they books are worth the same price as a vet them go for i am paying whatever if it is something that i really want
The highest price I'd probably pay for an ebook is $15-20. It wouldnt matter if its a veteran or a newbie book, as long as its a good read i'll buy it.
The price really doesn't matter to me....I read the synopsis of the book along with checking the cover of the book. I don't have limits on books and even if I don't enjoy it to the fullest I never regret making the purchase....
I will par 2.99 to 5.99 it doesn't if they are veteran or newbie if it's good I would leave a review.
Id prefer to stay beneath 2 bucks. Any higher and id prefer a print version.
It really doesn't matter what the price of the e-book cost to me. It is the material, and it really doesn't matter if the author is a newbie or a veteran. If the autor can pull me in with the synopsis, then I am hooked. Since I have started reading e-books, I have added a lot of new authors to my list of favorites along with my veteran authors. I have paid up to 15.00 for an e-book.
I would only pay $10 or less for an ebook. I would pay more for the veteran writer, if it was my favorite author. But if the synopsis of the book is good and it also have a good rating, then I have no problem paying whatever is required to pay.
Because they cost less to produce than the physical book itself, I would pay less. Maybe $8-10 maximum, no matter veteran or newbie.
I would pay 5$ , but only if the book is particularly read and have no other way to get it
I'd only pay around $1-8 for a book, no preference for veteran or newbie