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Old 01-26-2013, 11:58 PM   #18
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Originally Posted by poohbear_nc View Post
This kind of slump happens to all avid readers now & then. My cures, in no implied order:

1. Watch lots of trashy TV (re-runs) if available - until you're so sick of empty entertainment, books look good again.
This. I highly recommend Amish Mafia or Maury.

My reading slumps usually involve getting stuck on a very specific genre, running out of stuff to read pertaining to it, and not being able to get into anything else.

Others have already mentioned this, but it works for me too - reread an old favorite. It's kind of a "cleansing of the palate" for me and works every time.
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