Avoid printing off work at the end of your writing day unless you’re fully satisfied with it. Sounds pretty obvious, but this advice really helps. There is no reason why a writer shouldn’t stop in the middle of a chapter or section. (See article on backing up work.)
I’m still working on quite a sensitive writing project, but I hope to return to the novel about a therapist who is forced to build a new life for herself following her relase from prison for a murder she has no recollection of commiting. Only her father believes she is innocent of the crime. As father and daughter launch seperate investigations into what really happened, the therapist begins to suspect that someone is following her. The events that follow trigger off flashbacks of a past event in her early childhood….meanwhile, the father is unaware that he, too, is being watched.