Tuesday, December 6, 2011


If you've been reading this blog (or my other blog) for very long, you know that I'm not the most tech savvy person. In fact, I rely on my in-house techies to do just about everything for me. When I don't, bad things happen. The last bad thing happened a couple of weeks ago when I tried to change my GoodReads account. I ended up emailing a LOT of literary agents in NYC and asking them to be my "GoodReads friend." Uh, yeah. I so did not mean for that to happen. Of course, the amazing thing is that some of them friended me.

All that to say, I "did" a tech thing by myself this morning and (fingers crossed) it hasn't backfired yet. I'm now officially registered on Kindlegraph. That means you can get my autograph. Honestly, I'm not hugely clear on how this works. All I know is that I'm registered and my book is listed along with 10,000 others novels that can be Kindlegraphed. If you request a autograph, then I'm notified and I can give you a signature. Here's a link to my author Kindlegraph page: http://www.kindlegraph.com/authors/CMKellerWrites

Kind of cool. The next step in electronic books.

(For authors who are interested, here's a link: http://www.kindlegraph.com/.)


  1. I'm not very tech savy either. I still have a phone from the 1990's (okay not quite that old, but pretty close). I've never heard of this site before, sounds like one to check out.

  2. Cool! I've never tried Kindlegraph (I don't have a Kindle) but I've read a few posts on it and it sounds like an interesting idea. :)

  3. That is super cool!! Must check it out :) Thanks for sharing.

  4. I think that Kindlegraphs are cool and will soon be a hit in the writing community.

  5. That is cool. I always wondered how we would be able to get an authors autograph if we only had ereaders.