aLife Beyond Books is a publishing company for authors who live life a little differently, and seek to help others to leave bound ways of living. We publish both ebooks and hard copies, and offer assistance to those who need help getting the word out about a different way of doing life.
Almost everyone likes poetry.
If you like music—particularly the lyrical content—you like poetry. If you like great film dialog, you like poetry. If you like reading birthday cards, you like poetry. Just about everyone likes poetry in some form or fashion.
There is a passion about it.
There is a rhythm to it.
There is soul in it.
Steve Dustcircle on politics, religion, health, finance, lifestyle, relationships and more. Steve has been involved with human rights, secular politics, civil freedoms, and religious lines since leaving Christianity. Out of this, came most of these essays and commentary.
Yet another deconversion story? Leaving Worship tells of a dedicated Christian leaving the fold, joining activism, and becoming an outspoken atheist. Part reflection, part philosophy, part apologetics.
This is an introduction to the Marvel Comic's character, Deadpool. A brief history, this book includes some rare detail and trivia. A must for anyone interested in Deadpool, whether you are a newbie or a seasoned fan.
M. M. Mangasarian was a rationalist and secularist who wrote mostly about religion, philosophy, culture and criticism. Included in this volume are "The Truth About Jesus," "The Bible Unveiled," and five essays/lectures.
Many bands form quickly, jam out a few tunes, write a song or two, and wish to immediately hit the stage.
This guide will help new bands develop a plan to network, form an online presence, and get their songs presentable.
Do NOT hit the stage (if you're a new band) until you read this short pamphlet.
Short, quick biography on going from religious to non-religious, I thought the book was honest, sympathetic, and easy to read. Broken down into rapid-page chapters, sprinkled with an editorial error here and there, this small booklet (ebook single?) is raw, transparent, and much needed in a superstitious world looking for rational testimonies of life outside of the religious bubble.
Book cover is generic. While the author says he's been writing for some time, the story is confusing, though suspenseful. If there was a clue to what exactly happened at the end of the story, it needed to be more clear. Not a bad idea of a story, but needs some work. A lot of it.
Horrible cover art, incoherent ramblings. This book is short and crammed with religious conspiracies.
The absurdity of trying to connect Karl Marx to divination and Plato to totalitarianism abounds in this book of spirituality and Christian mysticism. And it side-steps from here to talking about soldiers time-warping for some reason. Just paragraphs later, the author tries to connect all these separate topics with eugenics, early 18th Century U.S. presidents and Jesuits.
A very silly book of ramblings that sane people would read only to pass time with a giggle.