If you want, I have a few ideas that may help you.
1: Think about your writing style. Do you like to use original and clever ways to describe things? Or do you like to say what you mean to clearly describe what's going on?
2: When you are writing a story, be careful about inconsistencies. I sometimes make them, but they're usually small, like a button to an elevator in the same object are not in the same place. Here's how I fix them; I add a detail to the story that clears everything up, like in my case, a second elevator.
3 (something that works for me) - describe things, like the atmosphere for suspense stories for example. Use a little to say a lot. Don't go overboard with it in case it bores the reader, but make it so that the reader can visualize things your way.