It seems like I've been writing forever in some way, shape or form. However, most of my real experience comes from role playing in World of Warcraft. That may seem a strange place to learn how to write, but that isn't the case at all.
Visualize having to always know what to say, instantly, and be in character saying it. Now visualize doing this for 1-4 hours a day for months and years.
What it does is eliminate the need to think when writing. You instinctively know how this character will react since you've been trained over hundreds and hundreds of hours of spontaneous improvisation. I always know what she's going to say, since she is me. I am her. After all, we all know what we're going to say, or we find out immediately after having said it. Sometimes to our chagrin.
And I've found that this carries over into writing on digital paper. Or at least it appears to. I suppose my readers will decide if it's a fun read, or a boring load of tripe.
Tess Irondale is a noted voice actor and narrator, with over 100 credits across many genres: YA, Romance, Mystery, Sci Fi, LitRPG, Erotica, Religion, Humor, Self Help, LGBTQ, Non-Fiction and more. In addition to working for Podium, she narrates for for Simon & Schuster, Penguin Random House, Audible and more.