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Kindlegraph

October 23, 2011

Now that so many readers are switching to reading e-books, you might think there’s no way for them to have authors sign their books. But now there is… kind of.

Kindlegraph is a relatively new platform that enables authors to do virtual book signings of e-books (or any book, for that matter).

Readers can request signatures and personalized inscriptions from authors who have a Kindlegraph account.

The Kindlegraph can be sent to the reader’s Kindle, but you don’t need a Kindle (or any e-reader) to get a Kindlegraph. The pdf file can also be sent to your e-mail address. Since the Kindlegraph is a separate document, you also don’t need to own the book to have the author sign it.

Kindlegraph seems like a pretty cool feature. The only thing I don’t like is that you have to have a Twitter account to use Kindlegraph, but that might change in the future.

If you want to get my Kindlegraph, visit my Kindlegraph site and I’ll gladly sign your book.

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