Like I said I’d continue with the commandments: Day number three discussion of passion, desire, wants.
3. Write your passion
Some beginning writers try to write for whatever trend is popular. But by the time you finish your manuscript, get an agent and send your work to a publisher, the trend will be on its way out. You’re more likely to produce publishable material by writing what you’re passionate about. If you love romances, then write one. If you love mysteries, then that’s the genre for you. You don’t have to write only that genre, but as you first start out, if you write what you know, you’ll have a stronger feel for the proper conventions to include as well as the cliches and stereotypes to avoid.
Ultimately, all that matters is that you care about the material and convey that passion to the reader.