New writer-reader interactions

New writer-reader interactions

January 31st, 2012

I like to research a subject or idea thoroughly before jumping on board. So when I heard about Kindlegraph, I decided I needed to know more before deciding if it was a good use of my time.

Evan Jacobs, the creator of Kindlegraph, is a big fan of book readings, but realized after he got his ebook reader that he had nothing for authors to sign. He could go hear a favorite author speak and have a great time, but he had nothing tangible to take away from the experience. So he created Kindlegraph: a program that lets us authors send personalized inscriptions and signatures directly to the electronic reading devices of our fans.

To date, Kindlegraph has partnered with over 2,800 authors and offers users inscriptions for over 12,000 books. I decided to join the party, because what author isn’t searching for new ways to connect with readers? Your use of a Kindle, Nook, or iPad shouldn’t prevent you from having a one-of-a-kind piece of literature. So if you enjoyed Hassie Calhoun and are interested in a personal note from me, please don’t hesitate in signing up for Kindlegraph and requesting one today!

I can be reached here, and if you’re a fan of other Scarletta Press authors, you can find them at Scarletta’s Featured Group.

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