I seldom think of sin, but if sins do exist, book burning is certainly high on the list.
A hardcover book provides a special experience. Perhaps eBooks will replace paperbacks, but I don't think anything can replace hardcovers.
Torah scrolls are still handwritten, after thousands of years. Grave stones are still chiseled. Initials are still carved on trees. They should still be readable long after the last Kindle and Nook are recycled.
Even though I am the sole employee of my publishing company, this book seems about 96% as "professional" as the new Tina Fey book from publishing giant Hachette. Even though I've seen the cover design and read the title hundreds of times, I can't resist holding it, feeling it and studying it. Even though I've read my own words hundreds of times, I can't resist reading again.
I got the idea to write this book way back when I was 11 or 12. I recently became 65. I'm not sure if this book represents my life's work, but if it does, that's OK with me. I'm very proud of the book (I've never thought that pride is sinful.) I honestly think it's a very good book and fortunately, so do the reviewers.