I was particularly intrigued with her observation that pricing in ebooks can serve as an indication of size. Frex, it makes sense to sell a novella or novelette for $.99 because these are shorter than full-size books. (The range between short story and novel has been referred to as "the gutter" because, while the stories may be excellent, there are almost no conventional markets for them. Ebooks save the day!) Novel-length ebooks are more likely to have higher prices.
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