Ever wish you had an Ebook signed by the author?
Kindlegraph.com does just that. The author and reader connect on the site and the "kindlegraph" signature is done at docusign.com and forwarded to the reader's Kindle.
I've done it. It works. It's cumbersome, and the actual image on the kindle page is very small. I couldn't read mine.
So. I made my own.
1. I wrote a message, like "Best Wishes" and signed with a sharpie on a paper.
2. I scanned it to get a .jpg.
3. I cropped, then pasted it in a word.doc, along with a thumbnail of my cover.
The .doc size was formatted at 3.5"x5" (size of Kindle screen.)
4. Email the .doc file as an attachment to: username.free.kindle.com. Write "convert" in the subject line. (It will be converted to .mobi by Amazon.)
Or, transfer to the Kindle via USB cable.
For other devices that do not accept .doc files, convert it to .epub (free online at 2epub.com), or with calibre if you have it.
This is what mine looks like: