Writer Spotlight: Lara S

Lara SThis week, meet writer Lara S from Dunedin, FL.  (We just updated our interview with new questions, too!)  Check out our blog every Wednesday for a new interview with our super talented and very interesting WriterAccess writers.  

If you had a catchphrase, what would it be?
Not sure, but, I tend to overuse the word “awesome.”

What’s your day job super power?
I’m a research ninja.

Best advice you’ve ever received?
To always be learning something new.

Favorite hat?
My big floppy straw hat.

If there was a movie based on your life, what actor/actress would play you?
Fairuza Balk (My daughter’s behind me saying, “Duh!” Balk’s my famous person doppelgänger.)

What would the title of the movie be?
Ms. Write

What’s your guilty pleasure?
Netflix binge-watching and terrible puns.

Favorite thing about WA?
The variety of work available here. I love all the new challenges.

In one sentence, what do you actually do all day?
I spend my days researching and writing, with the occasional hour lost to internet free fall.

Favorite writer, dead or alive?
John Steinbeck

Finish this sentence: “The internet _____.”
…is my favorite piece of technology. I couldn’t do what I do without it.

Favorite breakfast food?
Grits.

Little known fact about you?
I was in a horror movie. We created a sequel to “Plan 9 from Outer Space” starring one of the original actors (Officer Jamie, played by Conrad Brooks).

What can’t you live without?
Coffee!

Lara S is a freelance writer available on WriterAccess, a marketplace where clients and expert writers connect for assignments.


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