What? ANOTHER atheist book? Jeezus.

Inevitably, I have to talk about my book.

Most books on the subject address the WHY of atheism, this one deals with the HOW.  How to be, how to think, like an atheist.

Here’s a chapter on the subject of morality: Good Without Gods

More about the book here, and several nice reviews on the Amazon page.

(And yes, that’s me on the cover, riding the bull. Badly.)

Published late last year, it’s been pretty well received.

Greta Christina (!) reviewed it warmly:

For anyone — believer or atheist — who thinks atheism is only for a formally educated elite because the hoi polloi ‘need’ religion, this book is absolutely mandatory. Knock that idea out of your head right now — Hank Fox is as passionate and unapologetic about his atheism as Richard Dawkins. And his writing is smart, clear, straightforward, and often drop-dead funny. Red Neck, Blue Collar, Atheist is a pleasure and a page-turner: I got lots of good new ideas from it, and new ways of looking at well-traveled godless terrain. Bravo.

There’s even a sales-pitchy YouTube video. About the video … ahem. In my defense I can only say:

It seemed like a good idea at the time.


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