I think all good writing is a struggle. To write as well as you feel you can has to be a struggle, almost by definition, because you could always improve.
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Acting has been very useful to me.
I look at myself objectively and in a way I see myself as a commodity. Your name becomes somehow outside yourself. Now, when I'm at home being Mrs. Scarfe, that's when I'm most myself.
There's also something of an illusion in that, you can perhaps record a TV thing one month and complete a book the next and then be in a play. Then, if they all come out at once, it looks as if you're actually juggling a million things.
I learned basic cookery from my mom, taught myself cake techniques and then got fed up with my own cakes not looking as good as the ones in the shops.
I think one wants lots of different lives.
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My mom has a good way of engaging me in a conversation about the choices I make, listening, being objective and open-minded, and respecting those choices so long as they don't put me in danger.
They were concerned about the racial issue. They thought it was not a safe issue to go Asian, unfortunately.