Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Kindlegraph

Doing a book signing if your a Kindle author can be pretty hard if your book is not yet in paperback. Actually, it's not possible, or it wasn't until Kindlegraph. I found this a few days ago and I really enjoy it. It gives you the ability to autograph Kindles, without really autographing Kindles. You sign up at the bottom of the page and enter your Kindle ASIN number. It enrolls your book within seconds as you get a request from the founder, Evan Jacobs. You fill out an inscription, and then you pick a variety of fonts to post your signature. Once you're done, the person can recieve this "autograph" on their Kindle. Depending on what Kindle you have, Amazon might charge you for recieving the document. This is only via 3gs that they'll charge you, if you're connected to wi-fi, they will not charge you.. You don't recieve the entire book, you just get the cover, inscription and signature. It sends as a separate document, just like if you would send a word file to your Kindle. There are a few settings you'll have to go to in order to recieve signatures, but it is worth it.

You can request an autograph from me here: http://kindlegraph.com/authors/spencerbrokaw

If you enroll your book, or have, let me know in the comments, I would love to get a signature from you!

1 comments:

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