When your hands tremble and your voice quakes, relax your mouth, recall your best friend, and smile. The audience wants to like you. When you relax, your ease allows others to breathe a sigh of relief, too.
Hey, don't hang around here today — head over to Lisa Romeo Writes, where I offer Ten Tips to Giving a Good Reading. (My favorite is no. 8, Don't bring your husband).
Read the tips here — then meet me in the comments to dish about your annoying and/or fabulous reading experiences.