Posted on July 27, 2021 at 8:00 AM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek
The coronavirus pandemic upended countless lives, in ways that ranged in severity from irritating to tragic.
And while having your book release be delayed or unnoticed certainly isn’t the most tragic consequence, it’s also not just a minor bother for authors who poured time and energy into their work.
NPR spoke with a few authors whose 2020 releases were profoundly affected by COVID-19 — mostly for the worse, though at least one actually benefited from the closures — about what it was like to launch a book at the beginning of a pandemic.
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