So with this new year of 2013 comes new and exciting times.
Books are not just on book shelves anymore. They are on cyber shelves. Gone are the days of buy my book and come to my book signing and I'll autograph it for you. What if someone bought your book and wants an autograph?
Only...they bought this particular book in cyber land.
Authorgraph has solved that problem.
It's this really cool site where you can list your books and readers can click on them, requesting an autograph. Or in this case an authorgraph :-)
My books are listed here:
This site has a lot of cool features as well. Like you can go under Author Tools and grab the widget for you books. Then on Amazon or wherever they are sold in cyber land, you can add the widget for an autograph of that particular book right in the description of the book. How cool is that?
When people receive your autograph, you can now share that for others to see on Twitter.
Also, Authorgraph Live is coming soon. So now when you are having a book signing for your print books and someone stands in line with their kindle or other ereader, you will be able to sign that as well and give them a "live" authorgraph in person, right then and there.
I just love the times we're living in. Some VERY cool things happening these days :-)
So tell me, have you discovered any new kickin' technology that you want to share? We'd love to hear it.
By the way, my short story LOVE LESSONS will be FREE from tomorrow Jan 17th through Monday Jan 21st as a thank you to all my amazing readers. Enjoy :-)
Sometimes A + B doesn’t = C when it comes to the logic of love.
Amanda Renee Winters is a ridiculously smart mathematician at Dreamers University in upstate New York. But when a secret admirer starts sending her gifts, she can’t put two and two together to figure it out. She enlists the help of her long-time best friend, Gavin Malone, who works in the archaeology department. Gavin is full of life and passion and has always pushed her to follow her dreams, while Mandy is full of logic and caution and has always strived to keep him grounded. Their love equals the perfect equation even if it doesn’t logically make sense, but the puzzle must be solved before time runs out.