Well, I've survived day two, and I'm still on target. I've finished the first two scenes (which are predominately set-up), and started the third scene, which will finish out the intro chapter. It's been moving pretty well, though today there was more real-life stuff going on that distracted from the writing. Tomorrow, the commute to and from work should give me some solid time to sit with the notepad and some music and confuse the heck out of my seat-mates on the train. Something about scribbling in a hardback journal with a fountain pen seems out of the ordinary for some folks. Can't imagine why.
I'd read about this tip a couple of different places, and I thought I would pass it along here, as it's been working pretty well for me so far. Every time I've stopped (either to type up what I've written, or to take a break), I'm stopping mid-sentence. It means that, when I come back to it, I have a good idea of what the next few words will be. Once I get the first few words down, it moves pretty quickly from there.
How go things for you guys who are participating?