Send to KindleA few days ago, I posted to Facebook and Twitter about a new feature I discovered. It might not be new to you, but it was to me. It's called Kindlegraph. You can now sign up on www.kindlegraph.com and upload your book. This allows anyone who purchases your book on Kindle to go to the site and request your signature. You receive a notice through email, click on the link provided, and you are able to write a personal message, and sign your name. It is uploaded to their Kindle the minute you hit the send button. I love this! I have made up some plain business cards on my computer, printed them out on stiff linen paper, and created a Kindlegraph card. At my book signings, when someone who is interested in my book says, "Oh, I have a Kindle." I hand them this card along with my regular business card. I explain to them I would be happy for them to download to Kindle and more than happy to autograph it for them. I've put all the information on the card in business card form, so it is easy for them to follow. This is just one more way to make it convenient for our readers and keep up with the modern trend of ebooks. To all those fellow authors who have passed along tips to me, I wanted to share this with you if you haven't seen this already. So, bottom line is, you can STILL autograph books, even if they use their Kindle exclusively. How much fun is that? I am not aware if Nook or any of the rest of the ereaders have this feature. If they do, and you know about it, I hope you will contact me, and share that information. I love to give encouraging quotes on my Facebook and Twitter on a daily basis for writers who face the daily, daunting task of marketing in this ever changing world of publishing. Today, I am going to post this information instead of a quote. I hope it helps someone out there to find a new twist to their book signings, and for those that are ebook authors only, what a great added feature for you! Happy writing and Happy marketing!