When working on a novel, how much do you write per day? I usually do anywhere between 1,000 and 3,000 in a sitting -- if I'm at some type of write-in event, or if I'm hanging out with my laptop and a fellow writer, then I can cram in up to 6,000. The thing is, I don't usually write every day because work can be swamping at times. Other times I'll only write a few hundred words. It's easy to write a ton when I'm starting out on something, but as I get farther in the novel, it gets harder to press on. It's not that I lose interest but it just ... gets harder...any tips to be productive later in the course of a novel? (I'm 2/3 of the way through with mine). Oh and sorry if this is repetitive - I do remember another thread on this by another poster, but it was a really long time ago and it's sunken into the archive pages.