One of the favorite features of print books has always been the ability for an author to sign their books for readers enjoyment and keepsake. Well, what does one do with eBooks? Easy, Authorgraph enables readers to have personalized autographs from their favorite authors. Originally called, “Kindlegraph,” the feature is available for authors that have signed up on the Authorgraph website (free for authors). When an author adds their books, the author’s titles are easily located through an Amazon identifier number and author’s are given their own page on Authorgraph that displays their books, and also authors can receive the code to display a widget on their own websites. Very cool.
As an author, I have seen references to Kindlegraph, now Authorgraph on social networking sites, like Twitter, and so I decided to try it out, for myself and also to let other authors know about my experience, and I’m happy to say that the sign up process took about two minutes (if even), and my books appeared on my own author page, which is totally cool. You can see the, “Catherine Burr on Authorgraph” page here, and I was emailed the code by Authorgraph, which I easily installed on my website.
This is the year of eBooks like never before. Technology is changing at a rapid rate, and with the advent of programs like Authorgraph, authors and readers are able to connect on the digital bridge of the future.