At almost every author event, the question that always comes up is “How do I do a signing for my digital book?” There are two nifty tools that I always recommend.
2. Authorgraph (formerly known as KindleGraph)
I first met the guys behinds Autography at Book Expo America 2012 (BEA12). They demo’d their product for me and I immediately signed up my Crowdsourced Guide to NYC to enable author signings. Autography is neat because all you have to do is create your Autography application online and then download the app from the iBooks store. Once you upload your EPUB file and you can then use the app to take pictures with your fans and send them autographed versions of your books. The neat thing about Autography is that you can take a picture with the person, write them a message on your iPad and they then get sent a version of the ebook with a signed picture at the beginning of the book.
Authograph is a neat tool that evolved from just being a tool for Kindle authors, and expanded into being able to be used for any eReading app you use. You can’t put in pictures, but you can sign digitally. You just ‘Request Authorgraph’ once you’ve setup your account and your readers can opt to get a customized message from you.
Do you use Autography or Authorgraph? Or have recommendations for other tools? Share your thoughts with us below!