Kindlegraph is now Authorgraph!

In August, I posted about the very cool Kindlegraph, a site that lets authors autograph Kindle books for their fans. At the time, it was only compatible with Kindle devices but now *drum roll* not only does it have a new name – Authorgraph – but, in their own words:

…readers can now receive digital inscriptions from their favorite authors regardless of which digital reading app or device they use…

How cool is that? So, if you want your digital book signed, go check out http://www.authorgraph.com and see if the author has signed up already (thousands have, including yours truly!) and if they haven’t, why not send them a note and say “hey, this is cool!”?

The only downside is that, at the moment, the only way to register a book is to enter an Amazon ASIN, but I imagine that will change in the future.

Other improvements include an easier request process and a new author widget that you can add to your blog or website! If you’re logged in you can get it here: http://www.authorgraph.com/tools  – and unlike most sites it has a WordPress version – yippee! Here’s what it looks like:

Get a free Authorgraph from Joleene Naylor

5 Comments

  1. I never could get that crazy widget to work before. Now it’s easy to add to my WordPress site. (You know, that sounded like a testimonial. LOL)

    1. I was so happy to see that they made it easy for us WP’ers! So few widgets do!

  2. Do you have to upload your book to the site or does the person buy the book off Amazon or elsewhere and then get your autograph by going to the site?

    Sorry I didn’t take the time to read the links you gave me. I’m in the middle of moving, and it’s all chaos right now.

    1. NO problem! Nope, you just put in your amazon AISN number when you “submit” the book – the autographs are pdf files, basically, and are actually downloaded as a separate file to the book, so you could conceivable get autographs on books you don’t even own. But not sure why anyone would want to…

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