For a Limited Time, My Book The Young Atheist’s Survival Guide is Only $0.99

Last fall, I published a book called The Young Atheist’s Survival Guide. While the target audience was pretty much everybody, it told the stories of young atheists and how all of us (parents, teachers, students, administrators, friends) could help them overcome some of the struggles they deal with.

Normally, the book sells for $7.99 on Kindle, but for the next few days, we’re selling it for less than a dollar! After Wednesday, it’ll go up to $2.99 for a week, and then back to its normal price after that.

Don’t have a Kindle? No problem — you can get a free Kindle reader for your computer here!

Want to give the book to someone else as a gift? Great! When you go to purchase the book, Amazon has a link that says “Give as a Gift” — all you need in the person’s email address:

If you are a young atheist or know one personally, I urge you to read this before the start of the school year — not just because I wrote it but because this is too important a subject matter to ignore. I hope you find that this book does it justice.

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.

  • Jim
  • watcher_b

    Got it. Thanks!

  • Drew M.

    Just bought it!

  • katiehippie

    yay! Got it!

  • libbyjon

    How do I get a paperback copy?

  • GodlessPoutine

    $1.02 in Canada! Wahhh! :-)

    Now I just need to dig my old Kindle out from under this pile of paper books and charge it up and I’ll be reading it on the bus in the morning! Thanks!

  • Pcgamer17

    Just bought it! I can’t wait to start it!

  • Pcgamer17

    It’s available on Amazon. I saw it while looking for the Kindle version. It was $7.99 for Paperback.

  • allein
  • Japooh

    Thanks for sharing this!

  • Reve

    My brother and I both just bought it — I’m about to start college (at a community college where there apparently was interest in starting an SSA group, but it never materialized) and he’s going into 8th grade. Thanks for the discount! I’ve been wanting to read it for a long time!

  • Hemant Mehta

    Thank you! Hope you like it!

  • Bob Carlson

    Here’s one old codger who found this to be a very interesting read. While I don’t recall any proselytizing by teachers in the city high school I attended, I do recall that the junior high of our small village would invite the Catholic priest to offer a prayer at events like graduations. There was one other church in the village, Missouri Synod Lutheran, which was much smaller than the Catholic church. In the Catechism classes of that Lutheran church the pastor advised the students not to pray along with the Catholic priest. In one session, the pastor was asked if Catholics could go to Heaven. As I recall, his answer was “maybe.” Once, when a girl living across the street from the church became engaged to a Catholic fellow, the pastor visited the family to inform the father that his daughter’s fiancée was a heathen. The father angrily showed him the door.