The problem with being a young writer is that to be a good writer you need to have developed enough wisdom that you actually have something to say.
One truth you often hear from the elders is that you are only as old as you feel; so I am pretty damn old now. When I was a young, learning writer, I decided that I would practice writing until I was old and experienced enough that I actually had something to say, so now, I do, so you may ask me about any question and I should be able to give you a brief and compelling answer.
Alternatively, you may believe that, as Robert Frost so cleverly put it, learning to write is simply a matter of learning how to have something to say. On the other hand, as Frost maybe learning to write is really more a matter of learning how to say something, anything, just so that you convey some relevant information, entertain or piss the reader off, or at least drag them with you all the way to the end.
If there are no more questions, I will have to be getting along now. Marshal? “What is the meaning of Lice.”
Bite me Marshal, you joker. Thanks for being here for us. Bye now.