One of the fun things about being an author is that you get to do book signings. You get to inscribe a novel with your own signature and hand it to the reader, and for a moment, you share a connection with that person. My own library includes books signed by authors I admire, like Jim Lovell, Buzz Aldrin, Vonda McIntire and Cal Ripken Jr.
But in the digital age, with ebooks, that’s sort of difficult to do. After all, if you sign a Kindle screen with a sharpie, it sort of ruins it. Not a happy thing for you or your reader.
But where some folks see problems, others see opportunities. And so now, for the Kindle, instead of autographs, we have AUTHORGRAPHS.
Now, when you purchase or download my e-books, you can go to their website and request from me an Authorgraph – a digital inscription that you can then keep in your Kindle library. And each one can be personalized to the reader.
And while it’s still in it’s early stages, other bestselling authors like Guy Kawasaki and P. D. James have jumped in as well.
So if you downloaded my e-book and would love my Authorgraph, just click here and ask for yours.
Of course, if you’d rather have a real autographed copy of my novel, click here instead. After all, nothing beats having the real thing as well!
What a neat idea! I guess it’s inevitable that we’d come up with a way to do digital autographs over the webz.
Thanks for the tip! I like it and will have a closer look at it.
be wonderful! 🙂