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I've never heard of Ulysses. I'd suggest you write everything down, even if it contradicts itself. Then you work on fixing it when you edit. Whatever you do, DO NOT BECOME PARALYZED IN A BOG OF DOUBT! Cheers.
There isn't nearly enough mathematics around here. Let's try some. Consider the extreme case, where every time you write a chapter, or go back and edit a chapter you break the logic of the chapter before it. Suppose your book will be 100 chapters in length and each new chapter or each edit takes up all of your writing time that day. After chapter three, ...
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