He's blogging about it as he goes, and the posts will eventually be collected into a book. (Assuming he succeeds.)
The challenge starts tomorrow, and the introductory post is up today.
This is a book about the process of writing ten novels in one hundred days. Yup, that simple and that crazy.
This book will take its original shape in blogs on my website and I hope to add a bunch more to the book in the final form once the one hundred days are complete. But the origin will be on my blog as the one hundred days goes along.
And as I write this introduction, I have no idea at the outcome, if I will be able to write ten novels or not. I am writing this introduction the night before the first day. This is a challenge for me, one that actually worries me as I start into it.
But if you are actually reading this introduction in a book, you know I managed to do it.
So I hope you get the sense, as you read this, of the fun and the pressure of this challenge. I have no idea what books I will be writing. I will think about what the first book might be tomorrow, on the first day. I have done no outlines or any prep work beyond trying to get some business projects done and out of the way.
During the one hundred days, I have at least one trip planned, a full week of a workshop to teach, my birthday, a marathon to run, and Thanksgiving holidays. And I work a lot of hours each week as the CFO of WMG Publishing, plus teach online workshops. And I exercise at least three hours a day on top of that.
In other words, I am going to do this with my real life going on.