This is my first time seeing this kind of inquiry--a short but direct one. It may be vague but this means people can give broad answers.
However, please take note of what you actually want to know when it comes to writing. I stalked your profile and I read your 4-episode story. Don't be mad but I can't help you if I don't know what sort of advice you need. So here's the truth: you're a newbie writer.
If you happen to be a beginner when it comes to writing, then you must have one prompt/inspiration for doing so. Whether you like it or not, originality in creating masterpieces will always come from inspiration because it gives you ideas. Sure you'll have bad ideas but there should only be one that's clear enough to drown other ideas. So then, focus on one idea and you'll get sub branches of it like in a mind map.
When writing those ideas, you'll obviously think of sharing them to readers but how can they understand your work if you wrote it in a way only you can follow-through? Second thing you must do in your writing is that you seek to be understood by us because everyone is a reader or listener or experiencer of stories. Choose a writing style that allows you convey your story clearly and distinctively because knowing your style means knowing yourself as a writer.
Lastly, its all up to you. You can play with your characters and world building. You can add details. If you want more advice, you can keep seeking for them but don't drown yourself into what people tell you to do or be inspired to. It's not them whose writing the story. It's only you!