"After seeing this review, I decided to pick up a copy on Amazon. As soon as I received it I started reading. Great verse, very enjoyable. I wanted to keep reading late into the night, but I had to get some sleep. Can't wait to finish it!…"
"The August Newsletter of San Francisco Atheists includes this review of the book:
Review by Don Havis
S. A. Alenthony has presented to all of us freethinkers, of whatever stripe, a truly masterful work of literary achievement. The…"
"What an impressive book! The verse is wonderful." -- Michael Martin, author of The Impossibility Of God and Atheism: A Philosophical Justification"It's an ingenious idea... and well done." -- Philip D. Appleman, winner of the Castagnola Award from the Poetry Society of America, author of Darwin's ArkMy book had an official publication date of Aug 11, but it is available now.http://www.blackburnianpress.comIf you are interested in reviewing it,…See More
Marjoe is the best documentary film about evangelical religion that you have probably never heard of. I don’t recall exactly how I came across it–but somehow it found its way into my Netflix queue, languished at the bottom for months, and finally made it to my mailbox and DVD player. And what a wonderful, unexpected treasure it was.The subject of the film, is one Marjoe Gortner–what kind of name is “Marjoe” anyway, you are asking? Why, it is a portmanteau of the names Mary and Joseph! If that…See More
"Haha, I wouldn't either. We have a used bookstore in my area and we have one little cubby hole for the section atheism : / and I am glad when someone sells those books to the store for others to buy, I just can't bring myself to sell them…"
"That is a great story!
I deal with a lot of JW patients.. and as luck would always have it, they seem to have some coagulation problem during their stay, and there is always this huge issue and debate between staff, physicians and family members…"
I just wrote a review for this book. The entire review is at my blog:http://alenthony.wordpress.comHere is the jist of it:Letters from the Earth is a brief, witty, and remarkable funny series of reports from Satan about certain behaviors of man (and God) that he has been observing over time. Because it isn’t very long, it is generally published together with other short, irreverent writings from Twain (often including the equally hilarious Diaries of…See More