So you’ve got your new Kindle and loaded it up with lots of books. You’re bound to have hours and hours of reading pleasure from some of your favorite authors and probably some newly published authors as well. Have I got exciting news for you!
For many people who buy books traditionally, one of the customary experiences is to have an author autograph and personalize the book for them. But now that you own a Kindle, how do you get the author to ‘sign’ your copy of their book?
The answer is Kindlegraph. I’m no techno-wizard, so I’ll include a link to the Kindlegraph website in a minute. But I want you to understand the process to get an author’s autograph sent to your Kindle is very easy.
The first thing you’ll have to do is sign up for a Twitter account because you use your Twitter sign-in to access Kindlegraph. I don’t know why you have to do this, but don’t let it scare you. Just because you sign up for a Twitter account doesn’t mean you have to use it. I have a friend who signed up for Twitter and has never used her account except to sign up for Kindlegraph. If you’ve already got a Twitter account you’re all set for Kindlegraph.
So, you’ve signed up for Twitter, then the next thing you’ll want to do is go to the Kindlegraph website. I’m about to include the link, but I’m not sending you to the home page. I’m going to send you to a page where there is a brief video that shows exactly how Kindlegraph works. The video was made by Kindlegraph’s creator, Evan Jacobs. Once you’ve seen the video you’ll see how it works and how simple it is.
Here is the link for the Kindlegraph video: http://www.Kindlegraph.com/about
Here is the link for Twitter: http://www.Twitter.com
Naturally, I’m hoping you’ll buy my book, A Dozen Deadly Roses, and ask me to sign it for you on your Kindle. If that sounds good to you, here’s is a link to my book at Amazon:
Oh, and for Nook owners…Evan Jacobs is working on a version for Nook as well!
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Until next time,