Writer Spotlight: Lynn H

lynn hThis week, meet writer Lynn H. from Ashton, IL!  

If you had a catchphrase, what would it be?
If you’re on a roll, don’t stop for biscuits

What’s your day job super power?
I coerce words into unusual and catchy arrangements

Best advice you’ve ever received?
When writing, wear clothes or pull the shades

Favorite hat?
A thinking cap

If there was a movie based on your life, what actor/actress would play you?
Meg Ryan

What would the title of the movie be?
Wait… What?

Favorite thing about WA?
The editors, administrators and content supervisors who provide unending and often unseen support and sales. I have worked as a freelance writer for about 15 years and have worked at dozens of content sites. I find the support, sales and administration at WA to be unparalleled in the industry.

Favorite writer, dead or alive?
Theodor Seuss Geisel

What’s your guilty pleasure?
Hot pizza while watching Survivor on Wednesday night with my handsome husband

Favorite breakfast food?
Cold pizza on Thursday morning

Little known fact about you?
That I am willing to supply little known facts on almost any subject when you least expect them

What can’t you live without?
The sound of my husband’s voice

What advice would you like to leave off with for your fellow writers?
Always take on writing projects that scare the hell out of you. Keep yourself in this continuous pursuit of excellence and you will always exceed your own expectations.

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