Ten Commandments of Writing‏

I. Pay respect to your characters because they have created you.
II. Do not judge your characters nor the world in which they move about.
III. Live whatever you write. If you cannot live it, write about something else.
IV. Do not lie. It would be too easy. But do not say the truth, which is always redundant.
V. Before choosing a word, undertake your responsibilities.
VI. Be modest and learn from other writers, even when they are not real writers.
VII. Try to be honest with yourself before writing the word “end”.
VIII. Be moral and not moralist. 
IX. Try to give a sense to your stories and to your life. Sometimes, they might correspond.
X. Write when you have something to say. If you don’t have it, just wait.

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