So yesterday one of my daughter's friends asked me to autograph her print copy of The Spirit Keeper. Um . . . cool! I always sign my name to my books whenever I send them out, but Friend wanted a more personalized message. I felt like a freakin' rockstar and totally unworthy, but she was smiling and gushing and it absolutely made my day. And then this morning I read M.B. Mulhall's guest post over at Novel Publicity about Kindlegraph.
In short, Kindlegraph is a site where authors can upload their books (print and e-book) and readers can request a digital autograph. What's cool is that readers DO NOT have to own a Kindle to get a Kindlegraph; the digital signature is attached to the book's cover image and then sent to the recipient as a PDF via the email he / she has on file. You can see my signature below. That one was made using my mouse, and it's a pretty close approximation of how my real signature looks. However, authors can also use a tablet if they have one.
So if you'd like a Kindlegraph from me, or from any other the other 3500+ authors who participate, I'd be more than happy to oblige. Here's a link to The Spirit Keeper on Kindlegraph. Once I have new covers made for Precipice and Turning Point, I will link to them, too.