Another mention popped up on iReaderReview. This blog post discusses the logistics of making a living selling books at low price points. The author has done a nice job of breaking down the numbers. I do feel the article misses a couple of points: 1. Most people writing books for epubs are used to writing well over 3 books a year. 2. It doesn't really take into account the effects of a low price-point on backlist books or future releases. Still, it's really interesting to see ebooks finally making their place in the publishing world, and so many people posting in-depth, thoughtful analysis of what this means for publishers, authors and readers.
I am still flabbergasted at the attention this book has gotten, and deeply grateful to everyone who has bought a copy, read it, or taken time to write a review.