No thanks, I can't write to order xD
The thing is ... you hear about 'books that make people want to read' and 'experiments that will make people enjoy science'. As someone who devours books and loves science, I get a bit confused by these concepts.
The thing is, I read because it's like breathing. I can understand the concept of a good book being intimidating, but surely a good book is going to be more enjoyable than something rubbish, and so should draw people in more?
And as for liking science, well ... people who love science weren't drawn in by things going bang, though those experiments are fun too. We actually find the 'boring stuff' really exciting. Right now I'm enjoying deriving the laminar sub-layer thickness in a turbulent boundary layer.
But back to writing - there are so many different things one can do when they like to write. You can try and attempt an original novel, you can write fanfiction, there's also interactive storytelling in the form of role-playing, original or for a fandom. Read, explore, enjoy yourself. Not everything you write has to be of good quality. But if you want to get better, you do need to start thinking more about the technical aspects of your writing. It's the same as any artform - a master of painting didn't get that way by accident, they had to learn about how to draw a scene and use the paint and brushes.
If you believe everything you read, better not read.