There are many tricks I have for sustained continuous creative typing, but the most portable is fast complex instrumental jazz. For example, "Inside & Out" played by David Jones:
This piece in particular has several advantages besides speed and complexity:
-a driving rhythm, but not a continuous beat.
-a short pause for breath, followed by a more frenetic section.
-it becomes more focused near the end.
All of these mirror the rhythm and style of writing I need to have in the back of my mind
In my quest to roll out my Next Better Million, I have to keep my three hours of active writing a day intense, and my goal is to regularly be typing that whole time, instead of only when I'm on a roll.
This is the most realistic story I've ever written, and probably the most literary. I consider Literary Fiction to be a genre that focuses on modern characters, real world settings, and Feelings. It is about exploring Descriptive Language as opposed to Concepts. Leave aside the tree spirit and this one is on the cusp of Literary Fiction. Leave in the tree spirit and we're still talking Magical Realism as opposed to Fantasy.
This could be the short story art.
500 words? Yes
Short Story "Moving In, Moving On" - in progress (~1/2)