>>33336>I'm having awful writer's block.
As someone who's written a lot of visual novels in the last four years, the most important part of writing is getting in the right mood for it. Get rid of distractions, put on study music and just start writing something. I'd also recommend giving yourself a plan or a plot summary to work towards. For me, I always start off a project with a spreadsheet and work out what resources I need, how long I want the novel to be, etc. You have to remember that it isn't just about writing, but coordinating between different people and ensuring that everyone can do their job without having to consult you every two seconds.>>33338>I enjoy creative writing but I really can’t capture romantic relationships well.
For me, good writing comes from comprehension. My writing in high school was pretty bad because my comprehension was bad. You don't have to write 100% realistic characters or completely capture how a guy realistically thinks or feels, you just have to do it in a way that's believable within the context of the story. Heavily idealised characters can still be believable if they suit their context. Also, you really do need to read lots if you want to get good at writing.
Don't let the fear of not understanding relationships prevent you from writing, though. A lot of romance in fiction isn't realistic, but that isn't going to stop you from using it to tell a good story.