Of course, I'm talking about books. Long ago, when I first considered writing romance novels, Harlequin set the rules. All their books had very specific length requirements and sensuality levels for the different lines. I'm not quibbling with Harlequin. But, with the advent of ebooks, books now come in all lengths from 2,000 words (about 10 pages) to more traditional tomes in all genres.
For myself, I have found that I like shorter books (sometimes called novellas). Maybe I just have a short attention span, but I now check to see how many pages a book has before I commit to buying it. I've also found that I like writing shorter works---probably for the same attention span reasons.
What about you? Do you like short reads---something in the 8 to 20 page range.
Novellas----20 to 80 pages (I don't know if there are any hard and fast rules about what constitutes a short story vs. novella vs. novel, so I'm just throwing some things out there.)
Novel---100 pages and up.
And, how much are you willing to pay? $1.99 to $4.99 seem to be the range on most ebooks these days (other than the big best sellers).
Do you think that there is a relationship between price and quality?
What about free or 99 cent books?
Feel free (in fact I encourage you) to use this like Pooky's Quiz a couple weeks ago and answer here or copy and paste into your own blog with your answers. I'd really like to get a wide range of responses.