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Jess Neal Woods

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Jess is a debut novelist in historical fiction centering around the WWII era. A graduate of Indiana University, Jess holds a degree in English. When she is not reading or writing, she teaches English (literature and composition) courses online to high school students. Jess currently resides in upstate New York with her husband, Josh, their three children, and their two dogs. Though she is a Georgia native, Jess has lived in a multitude of states. Each place gives her writing fresh flare and direction as she is exposed to new people, stories, and experiences.

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Jess Neal Woods I write. Truly. I know that sounds simple, but writing is a practice just like anything else. It takes discipline. I do love those moments of consumin…moreI write. Truly. I know that sounds simple, but writing is a practice just like anything else. It takes discipline. I do love those moments of consuming inspiration, but honestly it is more about making writing a habit. If I am really struggling with a project, I just switch it up for a bit.(less)
Jess Neal Woods My newest manuscript (in progress) is a post-WWII novel that is inspired by a real woman skirting precarious lines in Germany. Her story is a captivat…moreMy newest manuscript (in progress) is a post-WWII novel that is inspired by a real woman skirting precarious lines in Germany. Her story is a captivating one. With fierce independence and bravery she takes her life into her own hands, but it is not without sacrifice. I can't wait to share it with the world!(less)
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“This is the very reason that some lives end seemingly early and by their own hands because Mother Nature doesn't understand that a personage can out-age a body. It is the reason that someone unwell can look so very vibrant on the outside, giving no indication that death lurks around the corner. Souls saturated in sickness, negativity, and ill-thoughts cannot weather the years well.”
Jess Neal Woods, The Process of Fraying

“This is the very reason that some lives end seemingly early and by their own hands because Mother Nature doesn't understand that a personage can out-age a body. It is the reason that someone unwell can look so very vibrant on the outside, giving no indication that death lurks around the corner. Souls saturated in sickness, negativity, and ill-thoughts cannot weather the years well.”
Jess Neal Woods, The Process of Fraying

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