?At the end of your interview, there are a couple final questions you’ll often be asked:
- Do you have any final thoughts?—Be prepared to have something to say: repeat your most important takeaway in a single sentence, or raise a point that wasn’t covered and explain where the answer can be found on your website or in your book. It should include a call to action, which might include the next point.
- Where can people learn more about you or purchase your book?—Practice your reply before the interview so it sounds natural. Written notes help; it’s easy to get confused in the rush of the moment.
What’s the most unusual question you’ve been asked in an interview? How did you respond?
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
Your Interview Voice
July: Dos and Don’ts in an Interview
August: Best Practices When You Are Interviewed
September: Handling Negative Comments in an Interview
October: Wrapping Up Your Interview
November: Review After Your Interview
December: Enjoy Your Interview