How to Write ?
Write as soon as possible...

Here are answers about the desire to analyze your creativity.

This book permitted to review an international network newspaper’s pedagogy. This book helps you writing. It lists the processes to find or to seek the way to write. It also helps to spread what has been done.

Definitions about the usefulness and the writing’s processes allow you to grow towards rich and useful texts.

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5 Writing with a Constraint

A well studied constraint makes it possible to find for writing. First of all, we have to say that it is not appropriate or that it is appropriate. Indeed, to write, we must always exaggerate our sensations. Then we tell ourselves that should be appropriate, or not, with this constraint. Doing this thinking way allows you to work on unexplored sides.

Then we start writing. Then we find often strange ideas to adapt this constraint to his thought. Thinking "If..." adapts our ideas while confronting them with the constraint’s reality.

When the cause seems to be lost, or even when it seems to be acquired, we must defend its purpose by persuading, thanks to our qualities, whether they are spoken or human, simply.

The one who defends lost causes knows how to convince...

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