Are eBooks Too Cheap?: Indie Authors Question 99 Cent Price

The facts about indie authors, what our cost are and how fair are we pricing our books?

Author, Melissa Foster is a down to earth, wonderful friend who tells it like it is.

I hope you will enjoy the post and take the time to read my review of her wonderful book, Chasing Amanda.

I am proud to share this link with you. Are eBooks Too Cheap?: Indie Authors Question 99 Cent Price.

Melissa Foster is the author of three wonderful novels.

Megan’s Way Chasing AmandaCome Back to Me

Melissa is the founder of the Women’s Nest, a social and support community for women, and is currently collaborating with a director to create a script for Megan’s Way. Melissa is working on her next book, and lives in Maryland with her family. Below are just some of the links where you can find Melissa Foster!









Judging by the cover and first few pages, I initially thought Chasing Amanda was a story about a mother searching for her lost child. I was wrong.

Chasing Amanda is about believing in yourself, and never giving up when you know you can make a difference.

This inspiring tale is filled with the perfect amount of twists and turns. Most of the characters held specific, well-needed roles.

Throughout my read, there was not a single moment when I found myself bored or questioning the authors thought process.

The lessons are clear— never give up! No matter who says what if you have the ability, and can make a differencethen ignore those who get in the way and fight to help those you can!

No matter what genre you normally read, Chasing Amanda is a valuable addition to your bookshelf.

We all have days where time or our surroundings force us to give up on our beliefs. Chasing Amanda is a trophy that will prompt you to keep going!

Sometimes, the world around us will ignore or stifle those who talk about unknown or unexplainable abilities. This story reminds you about those gifted people who have certain abilities, which are invisible to the naked eye, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t there or they don’t exist.

I must admit, there was a few times when I needed to go back and reread a page or two, but other than that— this story was the perfect escape from my busy day!

Chasing Amanda deserves five GOLDEN stars!

Blessed be,

Sass 🙂


4 comments on “Are eBooks Too Cheap?: Indie Authors Question 99 Cent Price

  1. 99 cents is too cheap. There’s a certain segment of the book buying population who are, well, cheap. They’ll always take the lower priced option. For most though, price is often associated with quality (think restaurants, electronics). People know what they’re getting with a 99 cent book, is what I’m saying. It’s an interesting short term promotional strategy, though.

  2. Dear Sass,

    I absolutely loved your review of Melissa Foster’s “Chasing Amanda”! Wow what a winner this was! I also loved it ! It most definitely deserves the highest honor! Kudos to Melissa Foster’s brilliant story telling! Great review Sass!

    Sylvia Stein

    • Thank you Sylvia for stopping by and reading my review. I loved the story, it really made me think. It was a story I happily read more than once. I wanted to make sure I didn’t miss anything. 🙂

  3. The trouble is, once lots of books are 99cents, public perception says they all should be. it’s an awkward balance between offering value for money and being seen to offer value for money.

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