So, Barnes & Noble announced today that Bradbury's Fahrenheit 451 is now available on the Nook.
I love that book, and so was excited about the opportunity to get it as an e-book. And then I saw the price. $10?!?!?!?!
Your own website has the trade paperback for $7.
Manufacturing and distribution costs are significantly lower for e-books, so why the markup? Just because it's new?
I'm reminded of 6 months or so ago when a bunch of old Star Wars books were released. These are books that were last printed 15-20 years ago, and the hit the Nook at $8 - $10 price points.
Even if it's newly released, I have a hard time believing that an e-book should be priced the same as the brand-new cover price of a trade paperback.