So, what does your book buying budget look like this month?
I have to admit, since I started writing, I actually spend a lot less money on books, mostly because I don't have the time to read like I once did. I remember as a teenager spending all my allowance on books, coming home from the local book store with an arm full of reading material. I can't imagine the menace I'd have been if Kindles had been around back then. I'd probably still be paying off my reading habit.
Nowadays I'm getting a little spoiled,though. Ninety-nine cent books are like potato chips. You can't have just one, so despite whatever the public opinion is about low price equaling low quality, I tend to look for less expensive books, and I find myself clucking my tongue at any eBook priced over $9.99.
If you're like me, and you're looking for some good reads, check out the Book Lovers' Buffet Vacation Getaway. From now until June 22, 2012 you can find more than 150 romance books priced at or discounted to $0.99. Come on, you know you can't buy just one. [You can also win some cool prizes.]
On the other hand, if you don't feel comfortable with a $0.99 book, and you feel a higher price denotes higher quality, I've got just the book for you:
I found the print copy of my erotic anthology on sale at Amazon for the tidy sum of $2,999.99. Is it worth it? Well, darn it, of course it is! That's authentic gluteous maximus on that cover there, ladies!
At this, price, won't have to worry if you're getting quality work...and you won't even have to worry about paying for shipping!
It's good to know there are books available to fit every budget out there. Now all I have to do is find a bunch of readers who consider $2,999.99 to be pocket change, and I'm ready to roll!