The Audiobook Version of I Sold My Soul on eBay is Now Available!

I’m happy to finally announce that the audiobook version of I Sold My Soul on eBay is now available on Amazon, Audible, and iTunes!

If you’d like to hear a snippet of me reading from the book, you can do so right here… just click on “sample.” Then we can all mock my voice together :)

Anyway, several weeks ago, I asked readers if they’d be willing to design covers for the audiobook and I’m happy to announce the winner is [cue drumroll]… Leigh Johnson!

Leigh will receive a copy of the audiobook and a few books of her choice from the Pitchstone Publishing library! She also made this separate cover which we didn’t go with but I still loved:

In addition to that, there were also three runners-up who will receive a book of their choice from Pitchstone!

Jenny Ashford:


Scott Bartlett:

Thank you to everyone who sent in a submission!

The rest of you: Buy the audiobook! Rate it spectacularly. It’s over five hours of atheist-y goodness that you know you want to listen to while you’re driving to work :)

About Hemant Mehta

Hemant Mehta is the editor of Friendly Atheist, appears on the Atheist Voice channel on YouTube, and co-hosts the uniquely-named Friendly Atheist Podcast. You can read much more about him here.

  • Dennis Rankin

    Wow! this got posted yesterday and no one has added a comment… Well, I am glad to be the first one.

    I bought your book from iTunes yesterday and have been listening to it on my commute to work and back and got to the beginning of chapter four. So far, I have one word:Awesome!Great narration job too. If you ever get bored of teaching, you might do well as a voice actor.But must importantly, the content is fresh and very positive. I’ve read Harris, Hitchens, Dawkins, Coyne and a bit of Dennett, Russell, Hume and others. I find myself agreeing with most of what they say but sometimes I find them “angry”, even if I also agree with, and even share their anger. But your book so far is a fresh take on an always difficult subject. I think the writing is excellent too. Not that I am an expert, my first language is Spanish, but I liked it.I have been following Friendly Atheist for a few years now, I forgot how long. You do “sound angry” at times too on the site, but with a reason. So I take your side, same as I do with the other writers, bloggers and thinkers. But your book has such a nice tone, that I am tempted to get my wife to pick it up. Maybe this will be the push she needs to come to our side.

  • Hemant Mehta

    Thank you, Dennis :) I appreciate that!

  • GeorgeLocke

    Haven’t read the book, but it’s interesting to hear the sample.  Hemant talks about how religious communities foster a negative attitude toward non-religious people.  Clearly, criticism of religion is not criticism of religious people, and a hostile attitude toward certain religious individuals is often appropriate, but I still find that a large fraction of faceless Internet Atheists call religious people stupid just for making (bad) apologetic arguments.  I realize that anonymous comments draw trolls, but it seems to me like this negative attitude problem is something we need to deal with.

    Does anyone agree, or am I generalizing from a non-representative sample?