Beat the bad habit out of me
I write 1 chapter a day, proofread it once or twice, and put it up. This, as you can guess, prevents me from planning anything worthwhile ahead of time, and I'm always forced to think stuff up on the fly, and then find a way - in some future chapters - to connect all the dots somehow in a way they make some sort of a sense. The most I ever stacked up were 2 chapters, and I don't even know the reason I can't do it. I just feel burned out after finishing up 1 chapter, and would rather douse myself in sulfur than write another one most of the time.
I'd just like an advice from someone who used to be like me, but finally managed to overcome it. Do I just force myself through, and then come back at it at some later time and fix things I don't like? Or is it just a matter of perseverance and you just do it?
Strange thing is though that, if I ever want to do a double release, I'm usually able to shell out 2 chapters. I'm so confused. Unconfuse me.
It's like building a train: you put the tracks down one by one, without any idea where you're going, and you might end up going over a cliff. Having a destination roots your story and gives you something to aim for.
As for advice, I mean really just don't post them? I like writing, I do it in my free time, but I don't post everything I write immediately as I write it.
I would say make a simple plan. For example, for a summoned hero fiction, I would put it vaguely like this:
Hero summoned -> Gets abilities -> Wakes up in a forest -> Heads to a village -> Beats some bandits, etc, etc, etc