Writing is like a piece in a mosaic life, slotted into the commitments of a life made of work and family. I’m in charge of editing and editorial consulting for a legal publisher, I have a family, a beautiful 4 years old son and the slots are always shrinking. It’s in these interstices that I find the joy to write, which is also the joy to live. For me, not only to paraphrase Cesare Pavese, writing is like making love: you’ll never know if your love is shared. Writing is living, for me, with all the hardship and joy of a right word found at the wrong moment.