E-Autographs

The one downside to e-readers is the autograph. Getting a personalized signature often requires having something for the author to actually sign – be it the cover of your e-reader, or an autograph book, or bookmark, for example. Now there’s a way to get an electronic signature that you can store right on your kindle (other readers coming soon).

Meet kindlegraph.com.

Kindlegraph is a free service for readers to request an e-signature. What you receive is a PDF that includes the image of the book’s cover and a personalized message and signature from the author. You may have heard about kindlegraph before, but the developer, Evan, recently upgraded the service, making it much easier for authors to create great e-signatures.

Users can have the e-sig sent directly to their kindle (that part’s not free) or you can have it emailed to a different address, whether you have a kindle or not.

If you’d like to give it a try, you can request a kindlegraph of Whirlwind HERE. I’d love to hear from you!

Author! Author! Blog Bounce

Click here to check out the Blog Bounce

What’s the Author! Author! Blog Bounce?? Well, it’s a fun way for readers to find new authors and for authors to connect with their readers!

Authors, all you have to do is click on the link, grab the icon, grab the link, make a blog post (don’t forget to include the link!), and enter your blog on our list. Easy peasy!

Readers…you have the easy job. Just follow the bounce and visit the authors. Leave a comment and let them know that you were there.

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4 responses to “E-Autographs

  1. Cherie Colyer

    I’m going to be repeating what Patricia said, so I’m going to go with ditto. It’s great that authors have a way to connect with their e-reading audience. Thanks for sharing the link.

  2. Ah, so now it can be personalized? Cool.

  3. Thank you for clearing up what’s free and not free about kindlegraph. I was confused! Happy bouncing.

  4. I think Kindlegraph is such a great tool for authors to connect with their e-reading audience! Nice blog Robin 🙂

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