Perhaps you have heard people talk about the NaNoWriMo. It's a massive task: write, in one month, a novel of 50 000 words. Yup, you read that right. That's 1667 words per day.
I tried (and failed) last year, but this year, things will be different. First, I've thought more about my story. I just need some last few research until it starts.
What do you mean, "It's already started" ?
You mean we're really the 4th of November? It's just not a nightmare I've been having?
Why, yes, I haven't written a thing ! You don't write before it starts, that would be cheating !
Yes, yes, okay, it has started and I should be writing... Geez, get off my back, already, people!
I guess I'll have some trouble writing the novel I had in mind. Find myself stuck when I try. Where I'm not stuck is when I write about what I want to write, the decisions I have to face, and how the thing is building itself block by block.
An essay on a novel. Writing about writing.
This should make me learn some things.
For the novel? Weeeell, there's always next year... :S
Still, wish me some fortitude on this task, I'm gonna need it.