Thursday, March 8, 2012

The New Kindlegraph!

Everyone likes that feeling of awe and warmth that follows having stood in line for hours, your feet aching, your nerves shot, all so you could meet your favorite author and have their signature grace the inside of your book.

The biggest downfall of ebooks: you don't get to join in any of the fun!

Well, that stops now. I found this pretty cool feature that is now being offered to people who have ebooks. It's called Kindlegraph. This is the latest in forward thinking developments, in my humble opinion. Now anyone who writes or has written books can sign up and make their work available to the world. Even better, people the world over can get signatures from their favorite authors! This includes indies folks! If you write it, you can sign it.

Now, depending on the type of pc you have, you will either be doodling your name with your finger or your clicker (mouse), and unless you are highly skilled, it will probably come out as some illegible mess of nonsense better suited to a preschool art project, but it's still pretty cool. If you want to leave a little heartfelt message to your reader, you can do that too! Thankfully, this feature is offered in a very legible cursive, so no confusion there.

Currently, there are over 13,000 books available by 3,000 authors. I am positive as this feature takes off, those numbers will soar. Join up via your Twitter account. If you're an indie author, get your books cataloged. If you're an avid reader who loves your author of choice to a stalker-like level and just can't live until they have touched your book in some way, then dash over and request that signature! And since Holly and I welcome stalkers openly, here are the links to our books to get you started.

Happy stalking!


  1. Hi, I'm the creator of Kindlegraph.

    Thanks for your wonderful post about the service. My goal is to help authors connect with their readers so please let me know if there is ever anything I can do to help you with that.

    1. Hey Evan!

      Thank you for taking the time to stop in and leave a comment. Both Holly and I love the Kindlegraph and if we ever run into any problems or have any questions, we will be sure to contact you.