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Readers Ask: How Do I Get My E-Book Signed?

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Readers Ask: How Do I Get My E-Book Signed?

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Authors are finding solutions to this new problem. This week, Robert Kiyosaki of the Rich Dad, Poor Dad series is holding a digital book signing event. During a live chat on Facebook with the author, you can order an e-book and have it e-signed and e-delivered to your e-reader.

MARY LOUISE KELLY, Host:

And our last word in business is cyber-book signing.

LOUISE KELLY: How do I get my book signed? Well, people have had their Kindles to flummoxed authors asking for signatures. And now some authors are finding solutions.

This week, Robert Kiyosaki of the "Rich Dad, Poor Dad" series is holding a digital book-signing event. Here's how it works: During a live chat on Facebook with the author, you can order an e-book, have it e-signed and e-delivered to your e-reader.

That's the business news on MORNING EDITION, from NPR News. I'm Mary Louise Kelly.

RENEE MONTAGNE, Host:

And I'm Renee Montagne.

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