"Writing means to me a need to feel alive. To speak loudly and plainly. Everything I want to say about a topic, I say it bluntly. If I had to write with restraint, it would make no sense to me. This job has to do with courage. I use my writing as a tool to inform and condemn those things that I don’t like, such as injustices or poor communication between people. Then I make a kind of parody. I love to create characters, but what I like most is to put them in a tense situation, because I get a layer of human behavior that is being uncovered. I prefer the weak characters and to be on the side of the losers, misunderstood or lonely people than to write about the strong and powerful who succeed. Most of my characters are female. Female readers appreciate what other women write about women issues. Because we are able to identify with a character, with a sentence, even with a silence. Because we are all women and at least once have suffered discrimination for this reason. It makes us more open-minded and reasonable."