National Novel Writing Month: November in New York. It’s not then and I’m not there but the acronym suggests writing in a hurry: something I often do.
The objective is to write a novel of 50’000 words or more in a month: that’s only 1667 words per day on average.
I’m not saying I can – or will – do it but I have time to kill: watch this space.
The first thing is a title to build upon; an idea; a premise: I have none.
Random thoughts then; literally ones which have popped into my head:
“Sand in my Vagina”;
“The Giraffe Who Saw Too Much”;
“The Wolf That Cried Boy”;
“The Camel With the Hump”.