Every once in a while my grocery store has a big bin of hardcover books at great prices. Once it was a regular part of my shopping routine, but now everyone in my family owns a kindle. It no longer seems like a good idea to spend my time digging through the pile to find a gift for my nearest and dearest.
My initial introduction to Alexander happened in chapel during my sophomore year of college. Chuck Colson introduced us.
“Don’t judge a book by its cover.”
I can’t remember the first time I heard that axiom, but I know it was a long, long, long time ago.
Enter the Kindle. It’s slim and sleek. Kindle books cost significantly less than paper and ink copies. Currently mine holds over 50 books—50+ free books at that!—and gets the Denver post (minus the comics) every day.
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