“…a printed book is like a cathedral…”

“I read both paper and e-books, but please don’t tell my publisher this. E-books are great for instant gratification — you see a review somewhere of a book that interests you, and you can start reading it five minutes later. At least I still know it is wrong. But when all is said and done, holding a printed book in my hands can be a sacred experience — the weight of the paper, the windy sound of pages turning, like a breeze. To me, a printed book is like a cathedral or a library or a beach — holy space.”

Anne Lamott

National Cathedral (Washington DC)

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About Julie @ Tea & Paper

Book lover, native Washingtonian, writer.

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