It's a personal, digital inscription for an e-book. It is sent directly from an author to a reader's digital reading device.
Here is an example
No, Authorgraph.com is not affiliated with Amazon except that Authorgraph.com earns an affiliate fee for any books purchased from Amazon.com after clicking on one of the Amazon links on Authorgraph.com.
ASIN stands for "Amazon Standard Identification Number". It is 10 characters long and may include both numbers and letters.
The ASIN for your book is right after 'dp' in the URL of your book on Amazon.com.
For example, in the URL http://www.amazon.com/dp/0061977969, the ASIN is 0061977969.
No, but readers who request your Authorgraph are very likely to be current or future readers.
No, Authorgraphs are viewable on a wide variety of platforms. Readers can simply enter a regular email address at the time of their request and they will receive an email with links to download a PDF version (viewable in applications like iBooks) or an AZW version (viewable in all Kindle apps on iPad, iPhone, PC, Mac, etc.) of their Authorgraph.
No, it is a separate document. This allows a reader to create a "collection" where she can keep all of her Authorgraphs together.
No, any book (even paperbacks and hardcovers) can be Authorgraphed as your inscription and signature is simply attached to a cover image of the book.
One of the most distinctive features of Authorgraph.com is the ability to actually draw your signature. This signing takes place completely in the browser window using a mouse (or your finger if you use a tablet). However, there is also a default option that allows authors to print their name in a script font if they don't want to use the signing feature.
Yes! Every Authorgraph goes only to the specific reader that requested it so an author can write a custom message for each reader. In addition, readers can include a short message to the author in order to provide a bit more context for personalizing the Authorgraph.
Requesting, sending and receiving Authorgraphs are free! However, if a reader uses Amazon's Personal Document Service to receive the Authorgraph on his/her Kindle then Amazon may charge a small delivery fee.