Carolyn Jewel says the federal government’s warrantless wiretapping program is giving her writer’s block.

“I have recently begun to write in a new genre (action and futuristic romance),” the Petaluma, Calif., database-administrator-cum-novelist — and named plaintiff in a class action against AT&T for cooperating with secret government eavesdropping — wrote in court papers earlier this year.

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