Thankful Thursday

Thankful Thursday ~ Books

Give thanks to the LORD with the lyre;
make melody to him with the harp of ten strings!
(Psalm 33:2 ESV)

Some times I wonder if we will have real books in 10 or 20 years. I have to admit that digital books are great (don’t need much room for them except on your reading device). However, I still like to read real books. My husband smiled at me the other day as I was reading Iscariot by Tosca Lee. He said: “I like that you still read real books.” Me too honey 🙂 …

Well, I finally finished reading “Iscariot” and I truly enjoyed it. I would give it 5 stars out of 5, but I had trouble understanding some of the words. I never heard or read some of them before (e.g. mikva). But I still did not deter me to finish the book; it just took me a little longer. I really liked how Tosca Lee took a different look at Judas and his relationship with Jesus. Yes, it is a fiction book, but Miss Lee conducted extensive research before writing the novel. I truly recommend this book. I hope you will check it out.

So, this week, I am thankful for authors that still publish real books 🙂 . Have you read any good/great books lately?

What are you thankful for this week? Please do share with us by leaving a link to your Thankful Thursday post below.

Thank you for stopping by today. Remember: read a real books once in a while.

Love & peace,

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4 Responses to “Thankful Thursday ~ Books”

  1. Pia says:

    the book i’m reading now aside from His word is the lupus bible which i’m learning a lot from regarding my condition. praying and believing for complete healing.

  2. bp says:

    I love to read. I don’t think I’ve heard of this author. I’m so thankful for books too. That makes me sad to think of no print books or kids growing up without them!

  3. kelly says:

    I love reading “real” books too. I do read on my Nook, but always end up reverting back to the real thing. Right now I’m reading The Circle Maker: Praying Circles Around Your Biggest Dreams by Mark Batterson. It’s amazing!!!

  4. LaughingLady says:

    I am VERY resistant to the idea of e-reading. While I spend a fair bit of time reading blogs online, I can’t wrap my head around the idea of NOT being able to hold a book in my hand!! I hope that will never be the case, but I too, fear the day is probably not far off when publishers won’t publish actual books anymore.

    I am so grateful for good authors though! And that the world of Christian writing has so expanded over the last decade or so. It used to be tough to find really well-written books by Christian authors, but thankfully that isn’t the case anymore!!

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