I have a couple really bad writing habits.
One of them is editing as I go along and making too many changes as I go along. Why risk the heartache of all that hard work being for naught if big chunks need to be edited out when the book is finished?
In my defense, Kurt Vonnegut said there are two types of writers: swoopers and bashers. Swoopers go in like a storm and write the whole thing then make changes later. Bashers hammer it out word by word, sentence by sentence, paragraph by paragraph, and chapter by chapter, and edit as they go along.
I guess that makes me a basher, like Kurt Vonnegut. He said most men are bashers and most women are swoopers. Maybe someone aught to look into that. Anyhow, I've bashed out about 8 pages and I have a coyote hangover, but some good ideas are begining to surface. :-D