They say one should write with style.
This is obvious, but writing style itself is not clearly understood.
I think you find your style – your writing voice – when you finally relax and you write like you.
Maybe you started out trying to copy the tone of John Steinbeck, and mimic the short sentenced of Hemingway – but at some point – you have to come into
A realization of: “This is me. And I write like this.”
The way that I personally do this is that I write for myself.
When I click publish, what I write is free for the world to do with it as it wants to.
Think what you wish, because my job is done
I just don’t want to hear all about it – I mean, why do you think there is no comment section?
Like King says, you write with the door closed.
Gould said something else that was interesting on the day I turned in my first two pieces: write with the door closed, rewrite with the door open. Your stuff starts out being just for you, in other words, but then it goes out. Once you know what the story is and get it right—
asright as you can, anyway—it belongs to anyone who wants to read it. Or criticize it. If you’re very lucky (this is my idea, not John Gould’s, but I believe he would have subscribed to the notion), more will want to do the former than the latter.
-Stephen King, On Writing
Read everything. Write everyday. And find your own voice over time. This will your writing style.