Open Thread: Shameless Self-Promotion Sunday

I haven’t done one of these in a while and I want to make this a regular feature on Daylight Atheism, so here goes. This is an open thread for the purposes of self-promotion.

Do you have a blog, a Twitter account or a Tumblr you’d like to publicize, a Kickstarter project you’d like to promote, or a worthy cause you’d like to encourage others to support? Post in the comments and tell us all about it!

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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.

  • Fabio ‘Petrucio’ Stange

    I got a Greenlight in need of votes! Check it out:
    http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=92960968

    Thanks!

  • http://norighttobelieve.wordpress.com/ Ezra Resnick

    My blog is: http://norighttobelieve.wordpress.com

    I write about belief, ethics, reason, religion… Sound familiar?
    Thanks for the shameless self-promotion opportunity, and keep up the good work on Daylight Atheism!

  • Hailaga

    http://hailaga.be/SilentAtheist/

    Thanks for the opportunity. The Silent Atheist is a rare atheist site based in Europe/Belgium. I try to mix heavy argument with the usual atheist pun loaded jabs at those that seem to merit.

  • Leeloo Dallas Multipass

    It doesn’t have anything in particular to do with atheism, but I illustrate the webcomic Best of All Possible Worlds:

    http://www.boapwcomic.com

  • http://pandarogue.blogspot.com/ Yǒuhǎo Huǒ Māo

    I have a YouTube channel where I produce Let’s Plays (video game walkthroughs)

    http://www.youtube.com/user/ceilingninja

  • http://boldquestions.wordpress.com/ Ubi Dubium

    I’m working on a critical thinking series called “That one spooky thing” over on http://boldquestions.wordpress.com. I’ve posted a couple so far and will probably have at least three more before I’m done.

  • GubbaBumpkin

    Atheist philosopher Matt McCormick gave a talk to a group of humanists in Manteca, California in January. Hundreds of Christians showed up to protest and pray. At one point they surrounded the building and linked hands. After the talk, a car full of Christians followed McCormick back to his own car.
    You can read about it on McCormick’s blog Atheism: Proving the Negative
    and in the Manteca Bulletin.


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