One of the easiest ways to become a better writer is to read. Read how other people have expressed their ideas and stories. Be observant and critical. If you find something that is beautiful, captivating, or well-written, analyze it until you’ve figured out how it was done. If you find something that is tedious, awful, or poorly-written, do the same.
Write something. Keep reading. Look for things that others do that you didn’t. Accept it as silent advice. Read what you wrote. Laugh, cry, and try not to pity yourself too much as you edit and revise the heck out of your written words.