“When writing, don’t try to edit as you go. Say what you want to say, unencumbered by the constant commentary from that fussy little editor swimming around inside your head. First, get it all down. Then, have at it, keeping what works and bug-zapping the rest. By separating writing and editing functions, you can convince yourself that you’re just doing a first draft. This way, you often end up with better-than-expected material.” Gareth Branwyn —Gar’s Tips on Sucks-Less WritingStreetTech.com)
This guy’s name sounds like he comes from a Tolkein novel, but his amusing advice about writing is worth reading.