Indie Spotlight “Plausibility” by Jettie Woodruff


indie spotlight of the week Jettie Woodruff

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Jettie Woodruff(Author)

I was lucky enough to get an interview with her!!

When did you know you wanted to be a writer? 
Hmm, I guess I have always been a writer. The first story that I ever wrote was for a contest for Christmas in the third grade. It was about a grandmother and her grandson who got stranded during a snow storm. I won the blue ribbon.

That’s kick ass!! You must have been so proud!

What inspired the idea for Aquilla’s and Julius’ story?
I have no idea how to answer that. I never know where my stories are going. They just seem to transpire through my fingers. I’m not one to map out a story and follow it. I like to just start it and see where it goes. I’ve tried having a plan and following it. It doesn’t work for me. I change it anyway.

What advice/thoughts would you like readers, who are considering reading your book, to know? 
I tend to write a little on the dark side. I don’t sugarcoat much. I write it how my mind tells me to write it. The best advice that I could give is…If you like simple, soft love stories, you should probably move on.

I agree. I think I mentioned something similar in my review. 

Do you have any authors who inspire you?
I do have a few. Too many to count without leaving someone out. And my favorite authors are Indies.

Do you have any other hobbies besides writing?
Reading of course. Does drinking beer count? I’d say it does. I like to paint, walk through the woods, and listen to music.

Drinking always counts! lol

Do you have any affirmations you tell yourself when you have writer’s block?
Not really affirmations. Sometimes I have to walk away and give it a couple days. If I’m not into it, I’m going to write word vomit and end up erasing it. I’m better off to step away for a day or two.

What books do you currently have out besides “Plausibility”? 
My first book was probably the most subtle I have ever written, “This too shall Pass”, I have Star series, “Starburst”, “Stardust”, and “Falling Stars”. “Underestimated” was probably my darkest yet and is not for the faint of heart, and “Plausibility”.

I see my reading list has just grown tremendously!

Do you have any other books in the works? 
Yes, “For the Love of Maddie” will be released early to mid-December, depending on the editors work load.

Can’t wait!! 

What else would you like us to know about yourself and/or your books?
I’m kind of an ‘I don’t give a shit writer,’ If you love my writing I am absolutely thrilled, and love to hear about it. If you don’t, I’m okay with that. If we all liked the same kind of reads, there would be a pretty boring choice of books.

Well, whatever you’re doing, it’s working! So keep up with the not giving a shit writing!! lol

Thank you Jettie Woodruff for the interview! It was a pleasure and an honor!  You can find more information about Jettie Woodruff and her amazing book “Plausibility” and her other books, “This too shall Pass”, her Star series, “Starburst”, “Stardust”, and “Falling Stars” and also “Underestimated”  below.

If you read these books, please be sure to leave reviews for her!  ♥

~Robin

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Best friends once, lovers never, yet an attraction that can’t be ignored.

Five years ago, Julia Bell walked away from her life the moment her high school diploma was in her hand. She left her family and friends behind to start over and escape the choke hold of small town life in Benton Hill.

But an urgent call from her little sister brings Julia back to her hometown wholly unprepared for what awaits her.

Ben Miller was always the nice guy. Just before high school graduation, he stepped out of that role hoping to capture the heart of the woman he loved. Instead, in quick succession he lost the girl, and the future he worked so hard to achieve.

Even though Julia and Ben are drawn to each other, echoes of the past block them at every turn. Secrets are exposed, and reality needs to be dealt with if they can ever hope to move past the bittersweet junction that pulled them apart. Continue reading