First off, hello. I am new here. I constantly see scenes in my minds eye. The scene is usually quite vivid. I know every detail, every smell, every sound. I know what my characters will say (at least the gist). I know how I want the scene to end. It could be a short segment or a long segment - it doesn't matter. Sometimes I have scenes that don't belong anywhere but I write them down anyway or try to. Writing these so called "scenes" down is my problem. When I am done, whether it is 200 words or 15,000 words...I have written gibberish. I have written half thoughts. Incomplete sentences. Soundbites. Full paragraphs. Minute details. No details. At first glance, this all seems normal. This is a very rough first draft. Some may say it is a brainstorming session. I would agree with both except...I labor over it. I can't move forward. I re-tread the same sentences (or half sentences) over and over. It is as if my editor's hat is on at the same time as my writer's hat. So I hammer away at a paragraph for days getting nowhere, yet everything I spewed forth are inital thoughts. Its as if I am editing thoughts I am not done thinking about. This is where I am with my writing. This is how all my writing goes. Any advice?