To be honest, I was hesitant to post this but it’s a special time for me.
January past marked two years since I released my first non-fiction book. While I love writing novels, I enjoyed writing non-fiction as well and it’s not surprising that my first non-fiction book was about Atheism.
The first picture above is the cover of my Atheist book titled Outspoken: Confessions of a Devout Atheist and while it hasn’t been a big bestseller, it has been selling copies all over the world and the feedback I’ve gotten has been positive. I’m very proud of this book, and the thought that it has provoked around the world.
It’s with great pleasure that I announce the release of my newest novel, which went on sale last week not only in Hardcover and Softcover (available through Lulu.com) but also in all electronic formats for all tablets and e-readers.
Here is the cover to my newest novel, titled “Rock My World”:
I started writing this book a while back and as usual… it took forever to put together an ending I was content with. After letting a few people look it over for me, I’m proud to say that my third nano is finally finished and online. Check out that bad ass cover:
Here is the description of the new book that I’ve posted on both Smashwords and Lulu to promote sales:
It’s the first day of the new work week, which means it’s time for Monday School! Your current go to place for “The Rational Corrective To All That Nonsense You Learned Yesterday”. Your weekly fix for what I like to refer to as reality.
In case some of you are wondering, the title of this entry is not an attempt to pitch my atheist manifesto (link located at bottom of entry) but to discuss one of my biggest peeves when it comes to being an atheist. That being the one thing many believers state when they hear I’m not one of them: just read our book. I cannot count how many times devout believers have suggested that I would no longer be an Atheist if I just took the time to read the bible. That the sole reason why I am a heathen non-believer is because I haven’t crossed their holy book off of my must read list.
This afternoon, after doing a little last minute tinkering … I have posted my new book of poetry online. The new book can be bought either on Smashwords in all eletronic formats or if you’re the kind who would like a real book, a paperback is available through Lulu.
Less than five months ago, I decided to start writing a new book of poetry. The last book I posted online for sale was as collection of poems that I mashed together like a best of rock album. This time out, every poem I wrote was brand new… I wanted this to be a book of entirely brand new poems.
Then I made things more interesting. Not only would I write new poems, but all the poems in this book would be sonnets. I would use the same rhyme scheme for each poem (abab, cdcd, efef, gg) and I wouldn’t be finished this new book until I wrote fifty (50) of them. I started this ambicious goal in early November and earlier this afternoon, I finished writing sonnet number fifty.