Practice Your Interview

Another in a series of interview tips for authors.

Practice makes perfect.

Practice your interview answers so you know them well and sound natural. The interviewer may change the order of the questions. Being well prepared means you’ll be able to smoothly answer any question they ask, whenever they ask it.

Time your answers.

This will help you stay within your allotted time. Your host will appreciate it if you don’t run over. Some use a recording program that will stop recording after a certain time period. You don’t want your interview cut short!

The Series

January: Interview Tips for Nonfiction Authors
February: Are You Prepared for Your Interview?
March: What is Your Interview Message?
April: Practice Your Interview
May: Your Interview Environment
June: Your Interview Voice
July: Dos and Don’ts in an Interview
August: Best Practices When You Are Interviewed

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