Cyber Book Signing: eAutographs with Kindlegraph

Linda McMaken
8-6-11
Cincinnati, OH

 

eBook authors are feeling a little left out when it came to booksignings, readings, and library visits. Fans are also feeling a bit neglected when they attend writer events and can’t have an autograph from their favorite authors because their book is in eFormat. Well, authors and fans it looks like Kindlegraph just might be the perfect solution.

While being at a booksigning in person, and actually seeing your favorite author sign a cherished book still can’t be beat, Kindlegraph seems to have a great concept for eAuthors.  Readers and authors sign in using Twitter, they can select the book  they want “cyber-signed“, that request is sent to the author and the author can digitally write an autograph or a longer, more personalized message. That message goes to the reader’s Kindle, and will appear on the authors book.

Authors need to register via Kindlegraph use the service.

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