Not long after writing this post, Kindlegraph changed its name to Authorgraph. All the links still work and redirect to the new site www.authorgraph.com
I love Kindle publishing. It’s a fantastic way to expand your reach, show your knowledge and bring in another stream of income.
While I sing its praises often, it took a long while for me to practice what I preach and become a Kindle author! I’m a work in the background type of girl, getting my name (and not a pen name) out in the open is still a huge leap for me.
Anyway, I’ve been working on a couple of guides for a local business and getting them ready to publish on Kindle when I came across this nifty little tool.
Kindlegraph is a digital inscription and autograph tool. Like many of my favourite nifty tools, it is free to use.
The tool pulls in your Kindle book cover from Amazon and allows you to add your own digital inscription and autograph. If you prefer not to use your own writing (or in my case, it’s so bad you can’t read it!) you can adopt a signature.
I thought it was a really nice touch to be able to personalise your readers’ Kindle experience. The Kindlegraph is a separate document, and just like the Kindle books you don’t need a Kindle to request one.
Over to you…
If you are a Kindle author? Will you add your books to the Kindlegraph database?Are You A Kindle Author? Kindlegraph It! by Jan Kearney