Brian Eno: “I’m always prone to do things very quickly, which has distinct advantages — you leave all the mistakes in, and the mistakes always become interesting. The Velvet Underground, for example, are the epitome of mistake-filled music, and it makes the music very subtle and beautiful.”
Apply this to writing and you might very well have something. It’s one of the reasons I put myself on a two-week schedule for writing each of my Kim Oh thrillers. And I’ve been happy with the results.