Sign Here Again (Writing Quick Tip)

Last week (“Sign Here”) , the writing quick tip was about designing your book so you had a place to autograph it.

This week, let’s have another quick tip about autographs.

One of the sweet moments once you’ve brought a book out is the moment when someone asks you to autograph it for them.

Now, you can always just sign your name, and add sincerely if you’ve got the ink, but why not think about something to sign in advance?

When I brought out my first book “Adventures in Palmistry”, I wanted to make this a special experience, so I would look at the palm of the person presenting the book, and write a comment based on something I saw in their palm.

Whether its a catch phrase that you use for every book you sign or a general idea that you use as a jumping off point for personalizing your autograph, giving this a little thought before it’s time to sign books can let you do it with style and panache

Catherine Kane


For more information on Catherine’s books, “Adventures in Palmistry”, “The Practical Empath – Surviving and Thriving as a Psychic Empath”, “The Lands That Lie Between”, “Manifesting Something Better” and her new book “The Power of Your Psychic Dreams” , all from Foresight Publications, click here

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