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Tuesday, March 11, 2008

Successful Reading Tips in Writers Weekly

My story, “Reading Your Work Aloud,” was published in the latest edition of Writers Weekly — the most widely-circulated freelance writing ezine in the world!

The story is all about how to be a successful reader at a public event — even when you feel like it’s the last thing you’d be able to do at all, let alone successfully.

Just a couple years ago, you’d never have convinced me that I’d be reading my fiction in front of an audience. After all, I’m the writer, not the speaker. I’d rather write the speech than deliver it. But now, I’m not only reading my work at several events each year, but I’m actually hosting the “Lit and Art” reading series in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor.

If I can do it, so can you. Take a look at my story, “Reading Your Work Aloud,” in the latest edition of Writers Weekly for tips and advice on giving successful readings.



Anonymous AnatolyS said...

Wow, Eric. Great article. Really-really. Congratulations ;)

March 17, 2008  

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