Printed books and their stores endangered

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  1. I hear you there, boy howdy. In fact, I just started reading books again for pleasure, now that I’m concentrating on writing only. When I was editing a lot, I couldn’t come home and read more. My brain would just shut down. Writing–or, writing sporadically in the wonderful, decimated world of journalism–doesn’t give me that problem.
    My brain worked okay. But my eyes just didn’t want to peer closely at printed pages anymore, and if I forced them, I found myself mentally editing and proofing the pages rather than enjoying the narrative. These days it’s more a matter of eyes being tired from staring at a glaring computer screen too long, aggravating already old, tired, dry eyes.

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