I know a lot of people (including me) have embraced e-reader and e-book technologies. But not everyone has. I still get snail mail letters from a few readers who don't even have computers.
Yes, my old titles are still out there somewhere, being sold used, both online and in musty used bookstores. Either they sell for a few cents, or once in a while I'll come across one of my books that is going for some ridiculous price like $50 because it's "new" (i.e., never read). So I began to wonder if some readers who are new to me and don't have an e-reader would be interested in new paperback versions. And I decided the best way to figure that out would be to take the question to you.
If you don't buy e-books, would you be interested in seeing my back list in new versions? Or do you not much care if a book is yellowed and old because the story is still the same?Tell me what you think.
(P.S. The diet was a bust--of course, most of the time they are.)