Question from David:
“Amazon pays out 70% up to $9.99 and half that for ebook prices above. Why would anyone ever charge between $10 and $20 for an ebook, when the author gets less from amazon (and presumably sells fewer at a higher price)?
Our response: Probably not worth it to price higher than $9.99. Obviously there a few exceptions, but generally keeping your stuff within that “Amazon-approved” range of $2.99 to $9.99. Here’s a post from Nick that describes his pricing strategy a bit more.
Topic du jour: Panels! Writing Conferences! And More!
We discuss how to get into speaking publicly, why you should, what to expect, and what you should try to get out of going to these shindigs.