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Something well-loved and familiar, like Gatsby, or something funny, like Frozen Rodeo.
They remind me it can always get worse.
Fantasy with romantic elements such as Shannon Hale or Robin McKinley.
Something by Lisa Yee (to make me laugh) or by Shannon Hale (cozy fairy tales).
(that was me)
Confession: I’m far more likely to watch a favorite movie on DVD than read on a bad day.
But if I read, it’s usually something familiar that I love. The poetry of Billy Collins is a good pick.
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