I have no prior experience in the writing process and so have no preconceived ideas about what drafting is. Only having written short entries to accompany photoblog posts, my own drafting style has been adequate but may not be useful for future, more detailed writing.
Normally I write separate sentences filling out main ideas, then when I feel I've covered most of the bases, rearrange the ideas in paragraphs. To fill out details and explanations, I research and add ideas to the paragraphs.
Reading for pleasure is very different from the rest of my reading, which is done online. For pleasure I am currently enjoying writers like George Eliot, Henry Adams, Thomas Hardy, Frederick Douglass, but I most often write 'clean', the way I enjoy reading online. I would like to learn to write more fully and descriptively. Learning good drafting practices will help.
The posts in the discussion forum has revealed how different people approach writing. I'm beginning to get the idea that drafting styles are a result of different learning and organizational styles. I was hoping to learn that there's just one way, the right way, to draft as well as write, but now that doesn't seem quite so desirable.