Try plotting out the story first if you're having trouble just writing it. Like, write notes on where you want it to go and what the major events will be. Who the main characters are and that sort of thing.
As for giving you ideas, well if we could think of some awesome ideas then we'd probably be using them for our own stories. It's very hard to give story advice ideas.
Yep, stories don't just pop out super easy. And they'll often change . Those suggestions I gave you are ones I'm using for starting the second draft of my novel. So definitely don't worry too much about names and specifics, they'll change.
Ok. I also have one more question, if I don't trouble you, but I'm not sure weather to do this with chapters or just write it as is. I not asking which I should use, but should I write the rough draft stages not as a novel with chapters or should I start with whatever I feel works for me?
I usually like to plan out my main events in chapters. It helps me organise them. (So I'll be like Chapter One is where the dude meets the pirate fairies and Chapter Two is where dolphins attack the pirate ship (this is not my actual story btw))
But I suppose you could just write it and chop it up into chapters later. As with most things with writing, it's whatever works for you.
I have also read novels that don't have chapters, and just are in one big story.
It happens to everyone. Really the only way to overcome it is to keep writing or trying to. Everyone has their own methods to help (some people listen to music, etc.) overcome it, but just continuing writing can sometimes be just the thing. I also know people who leave their projects alone and don't work on it and then go back to it about a week or so later and start writing again.
Try going here for some more tips for writers' block.
Have you tried babynames.com? If you need first names, it's a good place to search (surnames you can look on ancestry websites). It may be a tad cliche, but even if you use scientific words for surnames, it could be interesting.
Um.. no, I don't want you to do the work for you I just want some ideas. I'm actually doing some work myself as I'm still in the planning stage. I don't expect others to do my work for me. I just want a few ideas.