Outline 2 of new book

 I. Introduction (Approx. 1,000 words)

A. Opening Scene (300 words)

1. Set the scene during your school days when you first noticed the senior girl.

B. Background (700 words)

1. Provide context about your life during that time.

2. Introduce the senior girl and your initial feelings.


II. The Buildup (Approx. 2,000 words)

A. Establish Characters (500 words)

1. Introduce the senior girl and the other girl in your tuition.

B. Setting (500 words)

1. Describe the school and tuition environment.

C. Early Events (1,000 words)

1. Detail your interactions with the senior girl.

2. Highlight the obliviousness to the other girl's presence.


III. The Turning Point (Approx. 4,000 words)

A. Senior Girl's Departure (1,000 words)

1. Describe the departure of the senior girl and its impact.

B. Discovery of the Other Girl (1,500 words)

1. Narrate how you started talking to the other girl.

2. Explore your growing friendship.

C. Mutual Feelings (1,500 words)

1. Describe the development of mutual feelings between you and the other girl.


IV. The Unraveling (Approx. 1,500 words)

A. Fading Away (1,000 words)

1. Explore the gradual fading of the other girl from your life.

B. Confusion and Emotions (500 words)

1. Share your confusion and emotional state as she starts to distance herself.


V. Lessons Learned and Reflection (Approx. 1,000 words)

A. Personal Growth (500 words)

1. Reflect on how this experience shaped you.

B. Insights (500 words)

1. Share any insights gained from the complexities of love and relationships.


VI. Conclusion (Approx. 500 words)

A. Resolution (250 words)

1. Address the resolution or lack thereof with the other girl.

B. Closing Thoughts (250 words)

1. Summarize the impact of both relationships on your life.

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