My measure of progress is the number of words I can get down on paper. A good day is 500 words.
What’s your target word count?
Anywhere between 80,000 and 150,000. How about you screenwriters?
Page count is our measure. Y’know: 30ish or 60ish for a half-hour or one-hour TV show, 90-120 for a feature.
And when you’re part way through a script? What’s a good day?
A good day is five pages that I don’t want to set alight.
A bad day is when I resort to the “Insert Page Break” feature.