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Oct 26 2010

My copy of Atheist's Guide to Christmas just arrived!

Nothing is going to wipe the grin off my face today – I’m published.:D

My drawing of Atheist Barbie looks pretty snazzy too. Yes, technically my art has been published as well!

Don’t forget you can enter my contest to win a free copy! Or if you’re feeling less creative, you can preorder here.

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  1. 1
    Egoistpaul

    That’s awesome.Is Festivus mentioned in the book? Festivus is also a good holiday for atheists, too, and it happens two days before Christmas.

  2. 2
    Steven Sumpter

    I was about to buy the Kindle version when I realised that it is the previous edition with less in it, but still linked from the page of the new edition. Not very helpful!

  3. 3
    Jen

    Haha, I mention Festivus in my chapter.

  4. 4
    DavidDvorkin

    Blech. Ignore the whole silly thing. Here’s my argument on the subject:http://www.dvorkin.com/essays/

  5. 5
    Three Ninjas

    You are now the coolest person I know, if not the coolest person ever. Will you autograph my boob?

  6. 6
    Cara

    Sweet! There is nothing like holding the first printed copy in your hands! Congratulations!!

  7. 7
    Freewheel

    You know what would make the perfect “gift for the godless?” The Atheists Guide to Christmas!!!

  8. 8
    Annie

    I’m ordering this for my 11 year old, who announced last week she doesn’t think we should celebrate Christmas, since no one in our house believes in God or Santa. Can’t wait to read your gift-giving suggestions!

  9. 9
    Wayne Colvin

    Things you have talked about months ago are coming to fruition. How exciting!

  10. 10
    David's Not Here

    Jen, will there be a new version of the audiobook? Will you be recording for it?

  11. 11
    the_Siliconopolitan

    Will you give your landlord a copy for Agnostica?

  12. 12
    Anna Jobsis

    Dude, you totally have purple tentacle as your avatar! <3

  13. 13
    Anna Jobsis

    Woohoo! Yays for Jen!

  14. 14
    Steven Sumpter

    Day Of The Tentacle is my favourite game ever, and when someone pointed out that Latentexistence is an anagram of Tentacle Sixteen, I had no choice!

  15. 15
    luke

    Congratulations … I guess. I’ve never understood this missionary impulse in some atheists.

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    Jimmy

    How does it compare to the British version? I got a copy last year but might have been tempted to have both for extra godless points :)

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