Book Update

I’m pleased to announce I’ve finished the sixth chapter of my book, which lays out the case for atheism as a positive worldview. This chapter draws on my essay “Life of Wonder” on Ebon Musings and from several posts from the Garden here on Daylight Atheism.

I think you all know the drill by now. Who’s interested in reading it?

About Adam Lee

Adam Lee is an atheist writer and speaker living in New York City. His new novel, Broken Ring, is available in paperback and e-book. Read his full bio, or follow him on Twitter.

  • Alex Weaver

    It may take me a little while to get to it, but I’d very much like to. ^.^

  • http://elliptica.blogspot.com Lynet

    Oh, goody. I’ve been looking forward to this half. Please count me in.

  • http://stupac2.blogspot.com Stuart Coleman

    I second Lynet’s comment, I think the chapters like these are going to be the best.

  • Stephen

    Wow, I’d love to read it. Do you have any idea when you think your book will be done?

  • John Nernoff

    I’m interested in your biography and real name. Are you a “well-known” previously published skeptic or atheist? May I find you under your real name in Amazon?

  • http://thestoneoftear.blogspot.com Callandor

    As with the previous chapter, I’d like to read this one too. I always make time to read great cases for the positives of atheism, no matter the things to do the day I read.

  • James Bradbury

    Me too! :)

  • http://gdgd.wordpress.com/ Glenn Decker

    Even though I don’t know the difference between Marx and Nietsche (although I do know that E=mc^2 so everyone thinks I understand relativity), I think I could bring a criticial eye to bear on your book project. That plus an aversion to people claiming to know “the Truth”. GD

  • http://lfab-uvm.blogspot.com/ C. L. Hanson

    Send me one too, please! :D

  • http://spaninquis.wordpress.com/ Spanish Inquisitor

    Having read most of Ebonmusings and most of the posts here, I think I’ll pass. No offense, because I’d love to read it, but I think I’m going to wait to buy the book, so I can savor it all in one pass.

  • jack

    Yes, I definitely want to read chapter 6. You’re making great progress.

  • http://www.gretachristina.com/ Greta Christina

    Sure, I’m game. I haven’t done any previous chapters, but I’d love to start.

  • Prof.V.N.K.Kumar (India)

    Not being a published author even in my life-long field of expertise, which was management science, I cannot have the temerity to pass comments on books-in-the-making. However, I certainly would enjoy reading the draft copy of the latest chapter.

  • http://nesoo.wordpress.com/ Nes

    I think I’m going to wait to buy the book, so I can savor it all in one pass.

    Which is why I stopped asking to review it after the first few chapters :)

    I’m interested in your biography and real name.

    A look around the site, and possibly on Ebon Musings, should reveal his name. It’s not like Adam makes a secret out of it ;) I don’t remember what his last name is, but it’s been mentioned a few times, usually in reference to being interviewed or appearing on a podcast I think.

    Ahh, here, I did the work for you and found an article he wrote for Freethought Today (or is that just a post from here that got reused there?) with the help of a brief mention in this comment that he had written for that website. (Though I did get to cheat a little, as I already knew his first name, but that would have been really easy to figure out from various comments anyway).

  • Petrucio

    Count me in!

  • J Myers

    I would like to read it–is a comment here all that’s required? Are you interested in feedback?

  • Trung

    I’d love to read it, but I think I’ll wait for the book. This way, I can read all at once. Can’t wait.

  • http://www.daylightatheism.org/ Ebonmuse

    At this time, I’m only sending out chapters of my book to regular commenters on this site. Of course, if you’re a lurker or first-time poster, it’s never too late to become a regular commenter.