I saw you had a lot of words on the weekend, good for you! But you have to try and conquer the day job thing if you can; I find momentum builds from writing every day. I usually write from 10pm - midnight, after everyone else goes to bed.
Just finished today with 1887 and passed the 10,000 mark! Have been pretty steady, between 1200 and 2200 each day.
I'm constantly amused by how the PSR items keep showing up on their own. Today it was Suspicion in the OS. Several times I actually wrote the words before I realized how it fit. "You shouldn't be here. You're a suspect!" or "We now suspect that dissecting you will prove interesting..."
Mostly this is amusing because when I first looked at the PSR items for this act (Truth, Evidence, Suspicion, Falsehood) I didn't think they fit at all!
Today was fun, got to write a hospital chase & shootout scene that included an anti-gravity enhanced jump from a rooftop. It was funny, I got some great ideas in the shower about how the scene should go, but for some reason I didn't want to write them all down as if that might sort of limit the creativity. So I drew them instead!
I think I'm onto something, because this evening when I looked at that page, I found it really fun to use as a guideline. Inspiring, but also kinda silly -- not something to take too seriously.