Authorgraph

Cool way to autograph ebooks…

J. C. Conway

Since my first published novel was an e-Book, more than once I’ve been stumped by the request for a signed copy. I ordered postcards with the book cover, blurb and QCR code to the buy page, which I’ve used as a proxy for the book. But this outfit called Authorgraphhas come up with a better solution, and it seems tons of authors use it. A writer registers his or her books available in Kindle format with Authorgraph–no charge–and readers can request through Authorgraph–also no charge–a signed copy. The writer receives the request and an email notice, and can log in to Authorgraph and provide a signature, and even a personalized message. The message is typed. But the signature is either a canned “script font” signature, or an actual signature, which, for me with a Surface and the pen that comes with it, is really easy to provide.

Don’t ask…

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