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With people stuck at home due to the coronavirus lockdown, a writing boom has sparked

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The pandemic lockdown has not just spawned a wave of first-time authors - including celebrities who have a story to tell- but also encouraged many others to finally complete long-pending manuscripts.

The Covid-19 pandemic lockdown that forced people indoors sparked a writing boom with publishers and literary agents reporting a spike in book proposals and submissions.The pandemic lockdown has not just spawned a wave of first-time authors - including celebrities who have a story to tell- but also encouraged many others to finally complete long-pending manuscripts.A combination of factors has been driving this trend. For some, writing has been

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