No one will publish me.
I hear this one pretty often, too. "I'd like to be a writer," someone will tell me. "But I don't know any publishers."
Neither did I before I got published - but I do now.
You don't have to know any publishers to get published. What you do need to know is how to read. If you are reading regularly you will know the names of the publishers who publish the kinds of books you like to read. And if you like reading them, then they're the kinds of things you should be trying to write.
Once you have written something worth sending, you can research your publishers online and find out their submission guidelines before submitting your masterpiece to them
However, that's all a bit chicken-and-egg to me. If you haven’t written anything yet, why are you worrying about who will publish it? Start writing. Refine your skills. Get involved in a critique group or find some other way to get some feedback. Write some more. Then, when your work is really ready to start submitting, work out who to send it to.
Yes, getting published is hard, and chances are, when you start submitting your writing , you will get rejected. But better to be rejected than to never submit at all. And no one will publish you if you don’t submit to them
So, what are you waiting for? You want to be a writer – write.