I’ve used this approach to a varying degree. It’s important to note that you’re not writing words within a sentence structure, solely dictated by clauses, grammar punctuation and predicates. You’re essentially writing music. Your words should hold a gem of flavour, like a little shard of your soul with each word. This is called a voice, and every writer has one. Musicians call it a muse or style, Actors call it style or their approach. It’s a creative drive shaft that is unique to every artist and discovering it, along with harnessing it, is quite a difficult task to accomplish. You will find it over a course of several years. From writing hundreds of thousands of words. From reading hundreds of books and delving into innumerable stories and the worlds they inhabit. Your writing might not be good now, but that doesn’t mean it that never will be. My philosophy—which I discovered from nine years of writing—is that I write for myself first and the audience second, because if I’m not enjoying what I’m writing how is the audience going to enjoy what they’re reading? I don’t know, that’s my take it on. But remember, be true to your style, be true to the voice that guides you, be true to who you are.