ไม่ได้เจอกันนานมาก basically means “long time no see” in Thai. I’m sorry for such a long hiatus! It has been just over a year since I last posted. I’ve been trying to adjust to a new language and culture, and help my family do the same, so I hope you will forgive me! But we’ve successfully passed the one-year mark, and I can (almost) breathe again. So I’ve decided it’s time to revitalize the blog. Thank you for your patience!
I don’t have anything new for you just yet, but allow me to whet your appetite. Here are a few of the Bible reviews on the horizon:
- Updated Schuyler ESV Quentel and Personal Size ESV Quentel : A side-by-side comparative review (Firebrick Red and Antique Marble!)
- ESV 6 Volume Reader’s Bible by Crossway: I’ll feature both the clothbound and leather editions in my review
- ESV Reader’s Bible in top grain leather
- ESV Study Bibles: Comparing the personal size in brown natural leather, full size in dark brown cowhide, and large print edition in cloth-over-board
- ESV Large Print Compact in brown natural leather
- Bensbibles rebind of NIV Thinline in tan lambskin
- NIV Bibles by Cambridge: Wide Margin (calf split), Clarion (goatskin), and Pitt Minion (goatskin)
- NIV Zondervan Study Bible in black premium leather
- Reformation Heritage KJV Study Bible (black edge-lined goatskin)
There are a few “less significant” others that I didn’t mention, and I also have some book reviews in the pipeline. If there’s anything else you particularly want to see reviewed, please say so in the comments and I’ll see what I can do.
And lest we get lost in leather-bound English-Bible luxury, please remember to pray for translations in the remaining 1,859 Bible-less languages in our world. Click here to see my heart on the matter and to even support the work of Bible translation.