Friday, September 9, 2011

Have You Heard?



Maybe you've heard about this already, but I figured it was worth sharing just in case you haven't.


Because, well, sharing is caring...


Those of you who are e-published--or thinking about it--do not have to fret over how to make your Kindle book just a little more personal for readers.


With kindlegraph you can actually sign your ebook. Yep.


Cool, huh?


A few of my friends have already signed up and have done signed copies for their books already.


Check it out if you haven't already.


Again, you're welcome. :)


Oh, and have a great weekend!

25 comments:

Elaine AM Smith said...

Signing ebooks? Now that is cool! :)

Em-Musing said...

That's VERY cool. Thanks for sharing. Not being able to sign ebooks was a topic on some blogs a few weeks ago. Glad someone came up with a solution

Sarah Pearson said...

When I heard about this, I thought it was a joke. I'm glad to see it's real :-)

Stina Lindenblatt said...

That was the one thing I was worried about with ebooks. Of course that means you have to have the kindle device. :P

Linda G. said...

Hey, that really is cool! And fun.

Maria Zannini said...

There's only on thing that bothers me about e-signing.

Occasionally, I've had need to sign electronically for documents involving cash. What if someone can take my e-signature and reuse it for the same purpose?

It's been suggested you should sign ebooks with your less dominant hand, but then it ceases to be a real sig, doesn't it?

I think I'll hold off for a while. Signed books have never been a big deal to me anyway.

Sarah Forgrave said...

Very cool! I've wondered if something like this would become available. Good to know!

Have a great weekend, Jennifer!

Laura Pauling said...

I've heard of this and think it's pretty cool.

Better is Possible said...

Very cool!

Karen Walker said...

That is very cool, Jennifer. I hadn't heard.
Karen

Carolyn V said...

Really? That's cool!

Jill Kemerer said...

Hi Jennifer! It's SO great to come back and see you!

I've heard of Kindlegraph, but I didn't realize what it offered. What a great concept!

Wendy Paine Miller said...

Check it. That's just all kinds of cool & inventive!

~ Wendy

blueviolet said...

Things just get cooler and cooler!

Carol Kilgore said...

I was thinking I just read about this someplace. It was here this morning - LOL - and I forgot to comment. I can hardly wait to have an ebook so I can try it. Thanks!

Kelly said...

That is cool! I love signed books!
I don't have an ereader (yet) but I'm glad I will continue to have signed books when I do get one!

Susan Kaye Quinn said...

This is the coolest thing! I've already signed one book and you just reminded me I need to put a link on my blog. :)

Liza said...

Love the idea of this making things more personal. Happy weekend to you too!

Jessica Nelson said...

Hahaaa, I think technology is ceasing to amaze me because I'm so numb from all the new things constantly coming out.
I'm just shaking my head in amazement right now...lol

Susanne Drazic said...

I'd heard about this and wondered how it would work. That is pretty cool!

Nancy said...

I think it is nice to be able to personalize something. I'm glad technology can be used to bring us closer, rather than separate us.

Manzanita said...

Well, well, as the old-timers say, "What they won't think of next?"
Manzanita@Wannabuyaduck

Lydia K said...

What a great thing for ebooks! Thanks for sharing!

Eileen Astels Watson said...

That's cool. New news to me. Thanks for sharing!

Admin said...

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