Say what? It's November (in an hour or so) so it's NaNoWriMo, National Novel Writing Month. Sign up at the NaNoWriMo website and write your 50k length tome. The idea is to get you writing and keep you writing so that, in 30 days, you'll have a first draft of substantial writing from which to edit. One longtime user summarized it quite well in a forum post,
"A writer doing NaNo has a first draft at the end of the month. A first draft is *not* polished; in fact the point of NaNo is that you let go of the worries of writing something beautiful in the first draft and just write *something* The attitude I take, and my usual signature on the forums is "Nanowrimo: because you can't improve what isn't there." NaNo is not about producing a finished product. It's about producing a story, that, if you want to, you can improve later. It's a brain dump, it's an exploration, it's for fun."
There are plenty of forums for ideas, feedback, and encouragement so you'll stay busy and motivated. You can even find writing buddies in your genre for a more personalized interaction.
Ready, set, go!
(Yes, it's ok to get started early. Although, it's now 45 minutes to the official start time.)