Le Freak ⇔C'est Chic (alle_goriest) wrote in bookish,
Le Freak ⇔C'est Chic
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HALP!

Do any of you have spells during which you just cannot seem to focus on ANY book, no matter how interesting the subject matter? I've put down three books in a row halfway through them or less. They've caught my attention, but every time I stop reading, it takes me forever to pick them back up.

Can any of you suggest something to get me out of this rut? Are there are books that relieve you of this? I don't care what they are: non-fiction, huge novels, entire series. Or if any of you suffer from this sort of thing occasionally, what do you do to make it stop? Please recommend something if you've got any ideas! I miss being able to sit with books for hours. ]:
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