We use language to express, to mirror what's on our minds. When we turn our ideas into publication we leave a legacy. These legacies can be in different forms, with millions of intentions. They don't have to be all true--like fictions. They can store information--historical, political, instructional etc.--something which should not be false. The spine of writings lies strongly in what we wish to deliver, what we wish to air and what we have no fear of exposing. Be true to oneself when one is writing.
Write something about yourself. No need to be fancy, just an overview.