After prewriting is finished, drafting, or starting to write a first draft, is the next step in the writing process. For drafting, writers look at their prewriting and just start writing. Writers don’t worry about spelling or everything being “right” in drafting. They just work hard to get all of their ideas written down on their paper by using their prewriting as a guide. Writers know that what they finish in this stage isn’t what is going to be published, so it’s okay if they make mistakes. Writers’ drafts are a beginning, so writers need to do their best, stick to their topic, and know that they will make changes to their writing during revising and editing.