Write To Discover Yourself
Do you’ve got a natural call for writing?
You know it, if yes.
The point is to keep writing irrespective of what you’re writing or why. Only by registering can you know what you’re writing and why.
Don’t think about “how to write”. You’ve got a voice of your own, and you can discover it only by practicing enough.
If you don’t know any skill other than writing, it’s sufficient—you’ll learn everything else in the discovery process.
Don’t allow the negative comments of others to make you feel inferior, for every well-known artist was once an amateur like you. What distinguishes you from them is that they are stuck in the game long enough, and you’re thinking about leaving the field.