Thanks, Terence, I was checking out the online stores when your reply came up … I have to say, I’m pretty shocked by the prices that publishers are asking for eBooks, still. For example, I found Dan Brown’s The Lost Symbol ‘reduced’ from £19.40 ($32) to £13.59. Now I don’t even want to read it, but if I did that price would certainly put me off. I agree about Cory Doctorow, but there aren’t many other commercial authors around who follow his lead. What incenses me even more is commercial publishers selling eBook versions of some classics (e.g Jane Austen) at – admittedly – a cheaper price, when most of those works are actually available for free from Gutenberg. So anyway, are you, or any of your readers, actually paying these inflated prices for contemporary writing?