Inside the Actor's Studio

 

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Daily Prompt: Inside the Actor’s Studio by michelle w. on November 12, 2013

On the interview show Inside the Actors’ Studio, host James Lipton asks each of his guests the same ten questions. What are your responses?

1.What is your favorite word?  Yes

2.What is your least favorite word?  No

3.What turns you on creatively, spiritually or emotionally? Creatively: Writing fantasy.  There are so many creative ways to write fantasy. Spiritually: I love it when my soul just seems to take over. Emotionally: There are, still, some things I can’t write about without crying.  I guess it is a relief for me and something that I hope will bring forth an emotional response from my readers.

4.What turns you off?  Too much talk, fakers, liars, strong egos, and the list goes on…

5.What is your favorite curse word?  Dagnabbit (Does that qualify as a curse word?)

6.What sound or noise do you love? The voices of my grandchildren, The laughter of children at play, Good music

7.What sound or noise do you hate?  Anything grating, like fingernails scratching down a blackboard, a fork being scraped over the teeth, Rap music, Hard Rock music, Arguing, Fussing, Fighting, Shouting, Screaming

8.What profession other than your own would you like to attempt?  Copyright Editing

9.What profession would you not like to do?  I hope I do not ever have to work production in a factory, ever again.

10.If Heaven exists, what would you like to hear God say when you arrive at the Pearly Gates? Enter, my child.

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