Kaleesha Williams

Biography

Kaleesha Williams accomplishes her musing, writing, and goat-wrangling in rural southeastern Missouri—that is, when she has time between homeschooling and adoring her seven children, gardening, making goat milk soap, planning projects, and trying to get her sourdough English muffins to cook up properly.

The first bits of writing Kaleesha had published were some horrible poems as a teenager. Most recently she has published articles in the "Countryside And Small Stock Journal," the Astronomical League’s "Reflector" magazine, the autobiographical book "Free to Be: How I Went From Unhappily Married Conservative Bible Believer to Happily Divorced Atheistic Humanist In One Year and Several Complicated Steps," co-authored the satirical romance "9 Lovers for Emily Spankhammer" with Timothy James Brown, and contributed to the Feminine Collective's "Raw and Unfiltered, Vol. 1".

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Books

Free to Be: How I Went From Unhappily Married Conservative Bible Believer to Happily Divorced Atheistic Humanist In One Year and Several Complicated Steps
Price: $5.99 USD. Words: 73,630. Language: English. Published: March 14, 2014. Categories: Nonfiction » Biography » Personal memoir, Nonfiction » Religion & Spirituality » Atheism/Agnosticism
This book is a collection of one woman’s thoughts over the course of one year as her life changed and her freedom evolved, as she worked her way out of religious bondage, as she decided there probably is no God and considered why mankind wants one (or two or three), as she explored her freedoms, her past, her future, her culture and her universe. Spattered with wit, beauty, sadness and sarcasm.

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Smashwords book reviews by Kaleesha Williams

  • Satan, Hitch and Snikwad Face Their Demons on Aug. 08, 2014

    I came across this book on Goodreads and, as a former fundamental christian recently turned atheist, I thought it'd be a fun an interesting approach to the topic of the absurdity of religion and faith. Indeed, it was. I really quite enjoyed this. The descriptions of Satan and his minions in their home were vividly written--actually, as I was telling my husband about it he thought I was describing a movie because I was retelling the colorful scenes I could see in my head. Well done, Mr. Lorde. The information in this was spot-on and cleverly delivered. I found it a to be a refreshing and humorous take on the subject, a great read, and I look forward to reading the next two