Examples of the Second Draft Outline:
I can be a very visual person. I have to see what's going on. Outlines are one way of doing that for me. The first draft becomes messy and altered. I need concrete order to see how to proceed. This is why a Second Draft is so important to me. It furthers my plans, my ideas, the order to the book I'm creating. Perhaps you don't need all of this, but for me, this simplifies, takes off tons of time from an otherwise full schedule ahead, and as you can see from the time I started this project, this has been a rather quick approach to getting things done.
These are just three of the Second Draft pages, but you get the idea. Things are changing, refined, and made more perfect. Just what I need the outline to do.