I'm an amateur/beginner. I somewhat spontaneously busted out a 1000 words on an idea that is probably beyond my skillset so I am asking for advice on how to proceed should I do so. The idea is that the entire story be the told by a commuter in his car to and from work. It's a first person narrative told mostly by a solitary individual in his car. It's inspired by Brett Easton Ellis' "American Psycho", specifically the music tangents, and Joan Dideon's "The Year of Magical Thinking", and my own personal commute from hell, which provides some nice anecdotes. Are there obvious challenges or risks that an experienced writer would be aware of? The biggest one I see so far is it has an episodic feel to it - each chapter is one commute. The second one that comes to mind is the tendency to tell rather than show. Any thoughts about how to structure it? Or should am I better off using it as a writing exercise and holding no greater ambitions for it? Thanks in advance for any insights.