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Always_lurking
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Username: Always_lurking

Post Number: 67
Registered: 02-2004

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Posted on Monday, January 05, 2009 - 08:50 pm:   

I love love love to read, but lately, I have had to give it up for a little while. I am working full time, taking care of kids and home, and started going to nursing school. Reading a novel had to take a back seat. I couldn't wait for the winter break. No school work meant I had time to read a few books.

I could not find anything that I wanted to read. Seriously! I was turned off by every summary I read. I spent hours at the book store until I just got frustrated.

So, there can't be such a thing as reader's block, right? Has anyone else ever experienced this? Maybe I am just burnt out from school and everything else.

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