No mystery there for me, +Bliss Morgan
0.99 tells me the book is worth exactly that much. 2.99 tells me that the product is worth paying a higher price for it.
I don't buy 0.99 books unless they come from an author I know and trust. I'm even wary of free books, but I'll pick them up because I figure if my brain gets raped by horrible story telling, at least I didn't have to pay
for the brain rape.
2.99 is a comfortable price point. I feel if I get done over by a bad author, I'm justified in ripping them in reviews. At 0.99, I feel that the author didn't value their work or there is a reason
it is set at 0.99.
I'd still rather pay 9.99 for an e-book from an author backed by a big-name publisher. Between the publisher and the price, I'm fairly confident I will get a read worth the 10 bucks.
I wonder if that makes sense. I'm sure it did when I started writing this comment.