Donna Druchunas is a freelance technical writer and editor and a knitwear designer. When she's not working, she blogs, studies Lithuanian, reads science and sci-fi books, mouths off on atheist forums, and checks her email every three minutes. (She does that when she's working, too.) Although she loves to chat, she can't keep an IM program open or she'd never get anything else done.
  • The Atheist’s Way: A Guest Post by Eric Maisel

    A while back I mentioned the book, The Atheist’s Way: Living Well Without Gods written by my friend Eric Maisel. Today, as part of Eric’s blog book tour, I’d like to present a guest article by the author and a few blurbs about the book from other atheist authors. I hope you’ll take the time to check out this book. I think…

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  • Christian No More: A Guest Post by Jeffrey Mark

    Over the past few years, I’ve been reading spiritual memoirs, specifically de-conversion stories about how and why people left their faith behind and stories about people who changed faiths. One of these books was Christian No More: A Personal Journey of Leaving Christianity and How You Can Leave Too by Jeffrey Mark. This book is more than a memoir; while it does…

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  • quickie book updates

    Hi All. A few book updates. Coming up: 1) This month, a guest post by Jeff Mark, author of Christian No More. 2) April 2, a guest post by Eric Maisel, author of The Atheist’s Way. Below the fold, some interesting books I saw in the book section of my local paper this morning.

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  • Killing rats with religion…

    Well, not about a book but about a TV show. I recently discovered comedian Demetri Martin. Holy crap is this guy funny. I really can’t find anything to say about this video. I guess he’s not religious. Anyone know if perhaps he’s a skeptic? Or is he just a smart ass? Either way, here’s some comic relief for your Sunday viewing…

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  • When Whales had Legs

    This isn’t a book, but I wanted to point it out anyway. I’ve been watching a cool show on National Geographic TV.  It’s called Morphed, and it’s all about evolution. There are three episodes so far. I’m not sure if it’s going to be a longer series or not, but these three are worth seeing: When Whales had Legs From…

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  • The Atheist’s Way by Eric Maisel

    Hi, everybody: I wanted to let you know about a book that has just been published, that is getting terrific reviews, and that looks to be an important addition to the atheism literature. The book is called The Atheist’s Way: Living Well Without Gods and itÂ’s written by Eric Maisel, known for his many books in the creativity field. David Mills, author of Atheist…

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  • Purple State of Mind

    Earlier this year, I introduced you to John Marks and Craig Detweiler when I briefly mentioned John’s book, Reasons to Believe. John, an unbeliever, and Craig, a Christian, have been working together on a project called “Purple State of Mind.” They have blogs, a film, and a book (by Craig) with that title. The Purple State of Mind is all about…

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  • Charity or missionary work?

    My brother in-law and his wife have started a new charity with the goal of ending poverty in their area of Florida. I really want to support them, because I think this is a very worthy goal. The thing is that they are born-again Christians and pastors of an Assembly of God church. This immediately makes me suspicious of ulterior…

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