Moggach, Evans and Koomson describe lockdown writing challenges at Headline event

Moggach, Evans and Koomson describe lockdown writing challenges at Headline event

Novelists Deborah Moggach, Harriet Evans and Dorothy Koomson discussed the impact of lockdown on their writing at a virtual event held by publisher Headline on Tuesday (16th March).

Moggach discussed how the pandemic had affected her, ahead of the publication of her upcoming novel The Little Black Dress. “What’s interesting is that writers are in lockdown all the time because we work alone and we’re quite solitary creatures,” she told attendees, who included booksellers, the media and members of the public. “I’m particularly sociable, I love doing things like this. But they live with their...

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