Since receiving my Kindle Paperwhite (and smart cover) from my mother-in-law for Christmas, I've been buying a lot of ebooks. I am totally obsessed with my Kindle and find it hard to pick up hard copies to read nowadays---even when it's a book I really want to read. My husband also received a Kindle from his mom and loves his as well. We both agree that the Kindle Paperwhite is a great improvement over our 1G Nooks. Now that I've been reading on a back-lit screen, I have no idea how I made it so many years having to read under a lamp (gasp!).
Which brings me to my question for you: how much are you willing to pay for an ebook? Anything over $10 feels like too much for me. If it's a book I'm dying to read, such as the lastest Sookie Stackhouse novel, I'll pay $13 or $14, but I paid $17 for Janet Evanovich's latest and felt totally gypped when I finished the book two hours later and knew I'd never read it again. My husband is a big fan of Ken Follett and wants to read the second novel in the Fall of Giants trilogy, but it's $19.99, which he thinks is ridiculous.
What are your thoughts? How much is too much for an ebook?