I have a book that says we can use will and would for a habitual action. For example,
Everyday Jane will come home from school and ring up the friends she's just been talking to.
Does this sentence make sense? I used to refer that book when I have a problem but now I dont trust it because I've never seen people write that way. I think the only possible way to express a habitual action is,
Everyday Jane comes home from school and rings up the friends she's just been talking to.
If the "will" version is correct, then is there any difference from the "present simple" version?