Category Archive: Writing News

Apr 12 2014

“A guide for atheists and allies alike”: Lyz Liddell’s Blurb for “Coming Out Atheist”

“Coming out is one of the most important decisions a person can make. Greta walks readers through that decision in a straightforward step by step process: if, when, how, to whom, and — perhaps most importantly — why. A guide for atheists and allies alike.” -Lyz Liddell, Director of Campus Organizing, Secular Student Alliance Another …

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Apr 11 2014

“Thoughtful and entertaining”: David Niose’s Blurb for “Coming Out Atheist”

“Millions of Americans are discovering that life without religion and superstition can be rewarding, fulfilling, and joyful. Greta Christina has done that growing demographic a great service, with this thoughtful and entertaining book that will inform and inspire those who embrace personal secularity.” -David Niose, author of Nonbeliever Nation: The Rise of Secular Americans Another …

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Apr 10 2014

“The ultimate handbook for coming out”: Darrel Ray’s Blurb for “Coming Out Atheist”

“Greta Christina has written the ultimate handbook for coming out. I read this book with an eye for detail, since there are so many nuances in the process of coming out. Greta addresses each one of them with thoughtfulness and compassion. I actually think this book has something for every atheist, not just those coming …

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Apr 09 2014

“Unmatched in passion and clarity of thought”: Gem Newman’s Blurb for “Coming Out Atheist”

“Greta Christina is unmatched in passion and clarity of thought. Her writing manages to be both friendly and confrontational. Why Are You Atheists So Angry? quickly became the #1 book that I recommend to atheists and curious believers alike, and I can’t imagine a better or more complete guide to telling someone that you don’t …

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Apr 08 2014

“A great how-to-guide for cautious nonbelievers”: Annie Sapucaia’s Blurb for “Coming Out Atheist”

“Greta’s new book gives advice on how to come out atheist to pretty much everyone you know — and even to those you don’t. Greta’s take-away message from reading and hearing thousands of coming out-atheist stories? Most of the time, despite the initial awkwardness or fear, it turns out all right. This is a great …

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Apr 07 2014

“Clarity, passion, and empathy”: Neil Wehneman’s Blurb for “Coming Out Atheist”

“With her trademark mix of clarity, passion, and empathy, Greta Christina has produced the definitive guide in Coming Out Atheist. More than just a how-to, Coming Out Atheist also empowers those already out in making our movement a more welcoming place.” -Neil Wehneman, Development Director, Secular Student Alliance Another nice blurb for Coming Out Atheist: …

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Apr 06 2014

“A great resource for emerging atheists”: Catherine Dunphy’s Blurb for “Coming Out Atheist

“What an accomplishment! In Coming Out Atheist, Greta Christina has pulled together a great resource for emerging atheists. She very thoroughly captures the reality that atheists are people too, including non-believing clergy.” -Catherine Dunphy, Acting Executive Director, The Clergy Project Another nice blurb for Coming Out Atheist: How to Do It, How to Help Each …

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Apr 05 2014

“An optimistic truth”: Hemant Mehta’s Blurb for “Coming Out Atheist”

“There’s no doubt that it’s hard to be an atheist in America, but Greta Christina’s message will make you rethink keeping your beliefs to yourself. There’s an optimistic truth that ties her book together: By coming out publicly as non-religious, we are doing something courageous, powerful, and important. Given the choice between simply handing someone …

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Apr 04 2014

“A pleasure to read both for the seasoned atheist as well as for the person still in the atheist closet”: David Tamayo’s Blurb for “Coming Out Atheist

“With this work, Greta Christina makes a sensible and reasonable case for coming out of the closet as an atheist. She points to a wide range of excellent real cases focusing on the many positive aspects of doing so. She is clear in saying that no one is looking for martyrs, but contends instead that …

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Apr 04 2014

Greta Speaking – Iowa Location Changed! Plus St Peter MN, Salt Lake City UT, San Francisco CA, San Jose CA, Phoenix AZ, and Chicago IL

The location of my upcoming talk at Iowa State University has changed! Plus I’m having a book party at Modern Times in San Francisco for my upcoming book, Coming Out Atheist: How to Do It, How to Help Each Other, and Why. Here are the details of all my upcoming speaking events for the next …

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