Could you tell me why Hopeless for Kindle is $3.99 (417 pages) and Losing Hope (337 pages) and All Your Perfects (321 pages) are $9.99 each? That's a bit much for an eBook. I would pay $3.99 for an eBook but paying another $20 for 2 more eBooks is beyond my budget.
Sure! I own all the rights to Hopeless, Verity, Never Never, Maybe Now and Too Late. That's why those ebooks are priced cheaper, because I can control those prices. Some of my other books, like Losing Hope and All Your Perfects, were priced at $7.99 while I was contracted with the publisher. I'm no longer with that publisher and I noticed prices went up to 9.99 for those books recently, but I have zero control over pricing of the traditionally published books, unfortunately. I agree that it's a bit much for an ebook, which is why I price mine lower when I have that option. I'm sorry they're out of your budget! Sometimes you can get lucky and find the paperbacks used online for a few bucks.