BUT you don't hear me talking about that often - or at all - because honestly, doing so would be more trouble than what it's worth. I have neither time nor inclination to get into an argument whether those thousands of words I wrote in one day are shitty or not.
Binge writing, however, isn't really a good thing since you usually end up drained afterwards and not being able to write for several days after it. I'd rather be a consistent writer or one with a set word goal count every day.
I've tried numerous ways to get myself to commit to a daily word count goal and so far these are the things that worked best for me.
The first thing you should do for the day is WRITE.
I don't mean it literally. You can eat breakfast first, take care of the usual chores that have to be completed right away, but after that, you should get to writing - no excuses. I used to think I write better at night, but honestly, it's only because I'm so lazy during the day that I ended up writing at night. Recently, I started writing at about 10 am - or if I have to do some errands first - then I start writing after lunch, around 1 to 3pm and I'll be writing until 7 or 10pm, depending on whether I feel like going to the gym or not. This schedule worked for me - I found myself extremely productive and able to meet my daily word count goal.
Write every day - no excuses.
I mean it. Even if you're sick, try writing even just 100 words. The point is to develop the habit of daily writing until it feels bad, strange, or wrong if you don't write every day.
Don't stop to edit. Just keep writing.
This one is hard especially if you're an insecure writer like me. I tend to question everything I write, and I end up deleting more words than I've written. It's like taking two steps forward and one step back, which of course would only lead to more delays in finishing the book.
But the thing is, we writers are often our own worst critics. If you want to finish a book in the shortest possible time, don't stop to edit in the middle of writing. Finish the book first before you start editing!
And that's it. Others will likely have more tips to offer, but for me - these three things are the most important and - in fact - the only ones I do my best to follow faithfully. Every time I write early during the day, no excuses, and I don't pause to rewrite and edit stuff, I find myself releasing books more quickly (and the sales that follow tell me they're NOT bad books).
These rules may or may not be of help to you - it all depends on how you are as a writer. But if it does help you, then I'm glad. :)