Sometimes I wonder how other authors write their fics - how they attack it, what tricks they use to do what they do. Here's one of my tricks: sometimes, when the dialogue is just pouring out of my character's mouths, I completely ignore everything else and just write that. That's where I am with this chapter - it's almost completely devoid of any description, just lines and lines of dialogue, a lot of it without attribution because I can tell who's saying what. It's funny that I call this chapter "complete" when I still have to go back and add in the scene and description. But hey, it got the chapter down on... well, it's not paper. Silicon, I guess.
One thing I have noticed, though, about this long intermission between writing back in March and writing now in June is that now I've got new ideas about what to do with the fic. It's still in the same general shape that I planned back in December, but I'm looking at it and thinking, "Hey, you know, if you take this chapter and add this in there, and tie it all in to this, it will be far cooler." Or, "I just noticed that in this episode, this character said this. I can bring that in here." I have to keep taking notes so that I remember all these things. Luckily, I use Google docs, which has such a nice easy commenting system. My fics always end up covered in yellow highlights.