“A MUST read for all atheists”: Amazon Customer Review of “Coming Out Atheist”

Got a nice customer review on Amazon for Coming Out Atheist: How To Do It, How to Help Each Other Do It, And Why! Five stars out of five. (In fact, the book now has 36 customer reviews — and 31 of them are either four- or five-star!) Here’s what Puckman007 had to say:

A MUST Read for ALL Atheists!

An absolutely amazing book! I was already an out Atheist when I read this book, but it was still very beneficial to my life. It provided advice I can use helping other in the closet Atheists as well as advice on improving diversity among Atheist groups. This book also shined light on the troubles Atheists in other demographic groups from mine have that I may not have had as I was coming out. The book is written in a down to earth style for the common Atheist. Nothing against Dawkins or Hitchens, but it’s nice to not need a dictionary while reading a book on Atheism. 🙂 The book contains an excellent resource guide of Atheist communities (both on-line and in-person). This is definitely a MUST read for all atheists, whether you are in the closet or out of the closet.

Thanks, Puckman007! And if any of you have read Coming Out Atheist, it’d be awesome if you’d post a review.


Here, by the way, is ordering info for the book in all three formats — print, ebook, and audiobook!

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Ebook edition:
The Kindle edition is available on Amazon. (That’s the link for Amazon US, btw — it’s available in other regions as well.)
The Nook edition is available at Barnes & Noble.
The Smashwords edition is available on Smashwords. Right now, it’s only available on Smashwords in epub format: I’m working to make it available in other formats.
All ebook editions and formats cost just $9.99.

Print edition:
The print edition is available through Powell’s Books.
The print edition is also available at Amazon. However, be advised (if you haven’t been already) that seriously abusive labor practices have been reported at Amazon warehouses. Please bear that in mind when you’re deciding where to buy my book — or indeed, where to buy anything. (For the records: Powell’s employees are unionized.) Again, that’s the link for Amazon US — it’s available in other regions as well.
You can also buy the print edition at your local bookstore. If they don’t currently carry it, you can special order it. (Bookstores can get it from standard wholesalers; wholesale info is below.) Support your local bookstore!
The print edition is $17.95 USD. It is published by Pitchstone Publishing.

Wholesale sales of the print edition:
Bookstores and other retailers can get the book from Ingram, Baker & Taylor, and other standard wholesale distributors. It can also be purchased directly from the publisher, Pitchstone Publishing.

Audiobook edition:
The audiobook version is available on Audible.
The audiobook is also available through Amazon.
The audiobook is also available through iTunes.
And yes, I did the recording for it!

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Greta Christina is author of four books: Comforting Thoughts About Death That Have Nothing to Do with God, Coming Out Atheist: How to Do It, How to Help Each Other, and Why, Why Are You Atheists So Angry? 99 Things That Piss Off the Godless, and Bending: Dirty Kinky Stories About Pain, Power, Religion, Unicorns, & More.

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4 thoughts on ““A MUST read for all atheists”: Amazon Customer Review of “Coming Out Atheist”

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    Aha! I’ve been looking for a print edition; I wasn’t seeing one on Amazon so I thought maybe there wasn’t one. I will hie on down to the Elliot Bay Book Company, one of Seattle’s last independent sellers, and order a copy today.

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    it is “Comforting Thoughts” I want. I don’t have a Kindle: will it be available in print form?

    Gregory in Seattle @ #2: You don’t need a Kindle to read ebooks. You just need a computer, a tablet, or a smart phone. You can download Kindle software onto any of these — or, if you don’t like Amazon, you can buy the ebook on Smashwords or Nook and use their software. (And the book is also available on audiobook.)

    If, all that being said, you really prefer a print edition: It is in the works, but it won’t come out until late summer.

    Thanks for asking!

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