A few months ago, I became familiar with the wonderful website Atheist and Secular Debate.
It’s quite clear these guys want the best for the movement. Operated by a few of my closest skeptical brethren, it offers an unrelenting supply of resources for the common atheist, agnostic, and freethinker in an open and non-judgmental environment. Many of their resources include:
- General Chat
- Secular Parenting
- Resources for New Atheists
- People in the Secular World
- Moderated Debates
- Atheist Meet-ups
- Twitter Handles
And the list goes on and on. They’ve helped me a bit in promoting my book and I’m forever grateful for that. My profile can be found in the “People in the Secular World” section, my book can be found in the “Books” section, and a debate that I took part in can be found in the “Moderated Debates” section. Again, it’s wonderful to see the amount of support this website offers. What I’ve found to be the most intriguing is, as an author, it allows the audience to open a direct line of communication between reader and writer (many of the authors listed are fairly new to the game, so the exposure can help immensely).
So visit this website when you can find the time!
This website was first brought to my attention by my friend Kevin Steward – Great guy, follow him!