I've been working pretty diligently on my current work in progress, a story that I actually timelined, outlined and semi-storyboarded out.
My goal is to finish this wip by the end of the month so that I can go on to work on another book for a couple months while this one stews and gets ripped to shreds by my crit group. I'm down to the wire now, there's only five nights left (because I write at night and the day isn't over until I've gone to sleep), and I'm pretty sure I'm gonna need to crank out about 5K a night to get this all wrapped up. That's 25K words in less than a week all while keeping up with my normal life. (See here if you have questions on what that looks like.)
And the words don't want to come. I know what I want to write. I know what happens. But it is like fighting tooth and nail to get them into this wip. It's like the characters don't want to know what happen to them, so they're keeping me from spilling the beans!
Ever been in this sitch? Any advice? I need all I can get under this (self-imposed) deadline!