During today's tea break I read an article in Writing Magazine. It is A Novel in A Month by Steven Chapman. The topic is the annual NaNoWriMo challenge about getting 50,000 words in a month.
I am still resisting the urge to revise and edit each chapter of Tuesday's Child before I finish the first draft, so I found the following of particular interest.
"By beating your inner editor into submission you'll soon realise how good a writer you actually are. It sounds contradictory but without that nagging voice beating your every move, you'll focus on plot and character development rather than fussing over the finer details."