For many people, spending hours at home in isolation means binge-watching Netflix.
But remember books?
It's how past generations were forced to pass hours of isolation and quiet, even risking learning something deep and meaningful.
Unfortunately, with libraries and bookstores closed, the COVID-19 shutdown means most keen readers are limited to what's gathering dust on their shelves.
That's why Horsham's Cassandra Velinos and Caitlin Taber set up the Facebook group 'Horsham Book Exchange'.
The group, now with more than 70 members, gives readers access to the virtual library of other peoples' heavily-stocked bookshelves, shared through photos and lists.
Contact is made between members, addresses shared, and then you can expect a book or three in your letterbox. Social distancing achieved.
Ms Taber, a library assistant at Holy Trinity Lutheran College, said she had already made one successful exchange and expected many more over the indefinite period of isolation.
"I read a lot of historical fiction. I'm currently reading the last of the Outlander books by Diana Gabaldon," she said.
"I also like some young adult books, I like the new stuff that's coming out now, a lot of it surrounding mental health so i like to check that out.
"I think there are people reading, it's still early days and I think probably the longer this goes on, the more traffic there might be through the group."
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