Reading a story for only 10 minutes a day is amazing for a person’s mental well-being and creativity, according to a world authority on the usefulness of fiction.
The article goes into say that there are different novels for different emotions. It includes Hamlet for grief, Jane Austen novels in general for warding off heartbreak, Virginia Wolfe’s Mrs Dalloway for anxiety, or My Brilliant Friend for loneliness.
The key is to try something a little bit different with each book, just minutes a day can improve your well-being.
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