Melissa Rosenberg is the wonderful lady who brought you “Dexter,” “Jessica Jones,” and the “Twilight” series. She’s got some great words of advice here. You can always start something. In fact it’s easy to start things. It’s the things that you’re resilient with that you become good at. The key to being a good writer, or a writer at all, is far more simple than you may think. It’s your resilience in the craft. Write something and pick up where you left off, and do it over and over again until it’s finished. It sounds simple, but it’s one of the hardest things you can do. Life finds a million reasons to throw obstructions in your path to stop you from becoming what you want to be. Don’t let it. Not today, not tomorrow, not any day. Be resilient, and your success will come.