I have about 60k words in a novel. It's mostly all there, from beginning to end, but there are major holes to plug, continuity problems, half-written scenes, turgid scenes, all of it. In short, a first draft. I've cleared other writing projects out of the way and am determined to get this thing to a more completed state, but I'm having the devil's own time of it. I dither over where to begin (current opening is slow, imo). I struggle with how to end this scene, how to start that one. I have a romantic sub-plot that's very nearly unwritten. And so on. Every time I sit down to try to work, all these clamor at me and I feel overwhelmed. I've got a house with no roof but all I can manage is to tinker with the kitchen shelves. I print and make edits, then throw it out. The wheels spin, the car goes nowhere. There's tons of advice on how to write. There's precious little on how to rewrite. *grumble* Does this happen with anyone else and, if so, how do you deal with it?