I get up each morning. I look at my outline and I know what is up next to write. I try to write every day, but writers are always writing. Dialog is spinning through our heads, we’re eavesdropping on diners at neighboring tables, etc. The other thing I do is each morning I reread the previous days work, and edit and rewrite. That means I’m fixing as I go and putting myself back in the space where that novel and its characters live. I also can’t jump ahead and write a scene that I know is coming. I have to experience it in real time with my characters.
You may also consider writing each question and answer in the form of a paragraph. If you have many questions that pertain to the same thing, they can be grouped using headings. For example, if you asked the interviewee what three things he would buy if he won the lottery and why and his answer was: I would donate some to charity because I like helping people, I would buy a new car, and I would give some to my mom…. Then you can ask the interviewee which charity he would donate to; if his answer as the American Heart Association in memory of his father who died of a heart attack too early in life, you would write it like this: