After all, it’s statistically inevitable: when you publish a story a day, after a month you will have produced at least a handful of shamefully bad ones. I didn’t have to wait long: my very first story was catastrophically bad: no plot, no ending, no characterisation. A complete mess. Yet, I still published it — and nothing happened.
I Wrote Every Day, Just Like Everyone Else. Here's What I Didn't Learn
Dan Belmont

I rant a lot. That’s my style. And I found it to be helpful. If I go on all this research and BS and MLA styles or whatever they’re called, I’ll never get those thoughts out of my head.

On my defense: It’s my safe space.