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At just 18 years old, Olivia Seltzer has become a published author with her debut novel “Cramm This Book.” The book is a deep dive into the history of the modern world, written for and by Gen Z. “News shouldn’t be taken lightly, but I think there is a way to get it across in a medium and a tone that connects to Gen Z-ers”, she says.