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|Monday, June 08, 2009|
With hard economic times upon us, it's hard to get our minds off our troubles. One way of doing it – a way that seems quite popular – is through romance novels. Sales are up for the romance novel genre, and readers say the books serve as a distraction from heavier things.
Read the full story from The Associated Press in the Mail Tribune.
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