Being a producer on a independent or no budget film means problem-solving, finding resources when there’s no money, and resolving any issues that come up on set. The most important part of producing is managing expectations. It means being honest with your cast and crew and taking the blame when it’s deserved.
The idea: write 50,000 words or more in one month. That comes out to around 200 pages of manuscript. And to get that goal, you only have to write 1,667 words or about eight pages a day. In the book On Writing by Stephen King, he talks about writing ten pages a day, every day, and he’s been doing that since the ‘70s.