6 Books I Imagined Writing While Stuck On The Q Train

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source: Rian Castillo

1. We Will Be Moving Shortly: Learning to See Through Lies

2. Stand Clear of the Closing Doors: One Woman’s Race Against Time

3. Please Get Your Elbow Out of My Kidney: A Rush Hour Romance

4. Showtime!: The Unbelievable True Story of Four Kids, a Boombox, and a Dream

5. Stuck Underground: Relaxation Techniques for the Claustrophobic Commuter

6. Train Traffic Ahead of Us: Learning to Put Yourself First TC mark

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