Isn't is irritating to learn that as a writer you resemble Agatha Christie?
Agatha Christie planned her novel "Ten Little Niggers / And Then There Were None" for 4 year without writing down a sentence.
No, of course I am NOT like her. I doubt she understood much of allegories.
I have to plan everything beforehand, writing as such does not interest me, though I have so many good words in my own language: first I must know what I am going to write about. I must plan all the allegories beforehand. Sometimes this way of writing makes me think that I am a worthless writer, sometimes it makes me think that I have more to say than some other writers.
I don't know.
I try to find something that can be expressed only through allegories. Something that I feel is there to all people.