One of the complaints I've heard about e books is that authors can't sign them for readers.
Well, forget that one, because someone has figured out a way to do it. (It was only a matter of time.)
Like a bunch of my author pals (Deb Baker, Doranna Durgin, Tonya Thomas, Becky Barker, Michele Hauf, and more), I've registered at Kindlegraph and with all three of my names: Lorraine Bartlett, Lorna Barrett and L.L. Bartlett.
What's Kindlegraph? A website where readers can request an electronic (pseudo) autograph from their favorite authors. (Well, the one's who've registered, anyway.) It's quick, it's easy, and it's free!
Can an author REALLY autograph an ebook?
Well, not exactly. Instead, the author can personalize a message to a reader. What you get is a PDF file with a copy of the book's cover and a message from the author. (Remember to include your name in your request if you want the autograph"personalized".) You can then attach the file to the e copy of the book. And although the name of the site has Kindle in it, these PDF files can be attached to the files for e books on just about every other e platform. (Think Nook, Sony E Reader, Kobo, etc.)
So, what do you think of this latest e innovation?