Kendo - 2:31 pm on Jul 10, 2013 (gmt 0)
That's interesting because I have developed a couple of online book stores and a common gripe amongst authors is that other sites discourage authors from selling books for more than a few dollars by reducing their return, ie: paying the author less if the book price is higher.
Authors need to have control over what their book sells for and not those book sellers who are more interested in volume sales than the authors' livelihood.
So I have a huge problem understanding what the problem is with this story line because it's not up to anyone but the author and/or the book vendor what a book sells for!
So what if authors have a better chance to recoup a living from their efforts. Or are the complainants in this case those who don't give a damn as long as they something for almost nothing?
What would they say about some of our authors charging up to $300 and more for their books?