Alright, so as most of you know, November is NaNoWriMo. That stands for National Novel Writing Month–the 30 days in which one is supposed to write a novel.
That’s right. An ENTIRE novel. In a month.
Who’s excited? Me.
Who’s doing it? …maybe me…
To be perfectly honest, the whole idea of writing a book in that amount of time scared the crud outta me. Think about it: your average novel is about 50,000 words. That’s about 1,600 words A DAY. That is a ridiculous amount of writing to do in a day. Seriously, most papers aren’t really that long. Yeesh.
Just thinking about this is giving me a headache…seriously. WHAT DO I WRITE ABOUT?
Got any ideas for me to include in my maybe-possibly-soon-to-exist book? I need some characters, if you want to suggest anything, and I also need a good solid plot. I usually have the most trouble with the middle of a book or story–I get past the killer beginning and can’t figure out how to get to the sucker-punch of an ending.
If you comment and I end up using ANY of your ideas, I will use your name [possibly spelled differently] in my book at least once.
Sound good? Awesome.