I've read stories about authors publishing a book every two months and I ask, how do you do it? I'm not talking about authors putting their backlist up. I'm talking about new material. I am a slow writer. There. I've admitted it. Also, before I can start writing on a new day, I have to re-read what I wrote the day before to get back into the feel of the book.
Some writers have a set word or page count they do per day.
Some edit as they go or edit what they wrote the next day after reading it again. I do both.
Someday I'd like to sit down and write and not worry about grammar, typos, run-on sentences, etc…But that is so very difficult for me, I tend to correct as I go along.
Maybe next year I'll sign up for NaNoWriMo and push out 50,000 words in one month. The challenge intrigues me...