In Three Words: What is the Future of eBook Pricing?

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A tremendous thank you to, and round of applause for, our wonderful contributors.

  • Adam Salomone – flexible, evolving, consumer-oriented – associate publisher of The Harvard Common Press
  • Andrea Fleck-Nisbet – predatory, dynamic, subscription-based – executive director of Workman Publishing
  • Anne Kostick – big dogs decide – online and offline content consultant, strategist at Foxpath IND
  • Barbara Galletly – price reflects value – former literary agent, current student of information science for publishing
  • Bob Mayer – readers rule – NY Times best-selling author, speaker and consultant, founder of Cool Gus Publishing
  • Carolyn McCray – fluid, dynamic, cheap – Amazon Kindle best-selling author
  • Dawn Bruno – a moving target – senior international trade specialist with the U.S. Department of Commerce
  • Elle Lothlorien – low, lower, freeauthor, speaker, and indie publishing specialist
  • Jean Kaplansky – ask again tomorrow! – digital solutions architect at Aptara
  • Jeremy Greenfield – controlled by marketplace – editorial director of Digital Book World
  • Joshua Tallent – balanced and profitable – founder and CEO of eBook Architects

About In Three Words:

Produced by Winning Edits, In Three Words is an ongoing series chronicling sharp insights from smart writers, publishing thought-leaders, media theorists and other “book people” about pressing questions of the day.

What is the future of ebook pricing? is a special edition produced in partnership with Digital Book World.

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