Interview With Sharón Lynn Wyeth, Author and Speaker
2. Scarlett Savage – are you as alluring as your name? Are you kidding? My name STRIVES to be as alluring as I am!!
4. What advice would you give to a struggling writer? Take EVERY opportunity to write. For your high school newspaper, your college paper; take courses. Write every day--make it part of your daily routine, like exercise or homework. Show your work to everyone that will read it. Find mentors. And most importantly, READ!! Read every day. And remember--the writers you admire
would probably look at your work and say, "You know, this kid has something."
When you write a book or play, you're creating everything from scratch. With an interview, you're trying to interpret in a clear way someone's life and accomplishments; they're totally different animals. Writing books and plays are also very different; with books, you get to write what people think, how thinks look, you get to add information
in prose. In plays, you have to do everything with dialogue. It's a