"Even if you’re a millionaire bestselling author, driven by greedy self-interest, you’re still screwing yourself in the longrun by siding with Hachette."
—Yeah! What Joe says!
"A key objective is lower e-book prices. Many e-books are being released at $14.99 and even $19.99. That is unjustifiably high for an e-book. With an e-book, there’s no printing, no over-printing, no need to forecast, no returns, no lost sales due to out-of-stock, no warehousing costs, no transportation costs, and there is no secondary market — e-books cannot be resold as used books. E-books can be and should be less expensive."
Take that and think about it Hachette, before pricing your ebooks like they are physical objects that you can pocket the difference on when you don’t have to print or stock them.