Today in Fiction: 28,013. A... lot happened? A mouse fights some spiders; more mice talk about going to the sky, and we're getting ready, tomorrow, after filling in a background scene, going to actually have our first showdown between our Lawful Good protagonist and his Neutral Good and Chaotic Good rivals.
A thing I've found annoying: The chronology in my story is very stream of consciousness-y. I add in jump backs (they're not really flashbacks, per se) and cuts to new characters in a not really fluid way. I like it, because it sets up questions to be answered early, then uses them to help fiddle with the pacing (adding in the mouse rescue scene after a long talking scene to help demonstrate that the Lawful Good mouse, despite being The Rival really -is- Good, while also resolving an earlier throw-away line about how he had earned a reputation as being indestructible.)
All in all, I've moved back from disliking how the story was falling out to liking how it is coming together. If it pulls together in the last 22,000 words to resolve the A and B plots (at the minimum), I'll be happy.