Many prize-winning novels were written by the predictive text found on mobile phones, according to a leading literary critic.
'My analysis of several recent highly-regarded novels, shows that these works were the creation of the predictive text found in mobile phones,' said Professor R F Levies of Cambridge University. 'All the so-called author had to do was start the first word and the predictive text algorithm did the rest.'
The revelation has sent shock waves through the literary world, with leading writers hotly denying their phones wrote their novels.
'It's complete nonsense,' novelist Martin Amis started to say.