aLife Beyond Books : Products

01beforeyourfirstgigBefore Your First Gig
By Steve Dustcircle

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. [Buy, Download]

cover-a-frontonlyCiting Atheists: Quotes of Agnosticism, Non-Theism, Skepticism, Irreligion, Free Thought, and Philosophy
By Steve Dustcircle

Not exhaustive, but a great quick A-to-Z reference of quotes by atheists, freethinkers and philosophers–almost a greatest hits, if you will. Some quotes are very anti-theist in nature while others lean more political or non-religious. There are even a few appalling quotes by the religious. Coming from a religious background, the editor put these quotes together based on what helped him leave religion behind. Citing Atheists is a great book to add to any skeptic’s library without the heavy cost of a huge, exhaustive volume. [Buy, Download]

deadpool101Deadpool 101
By Steve Dustcircle

Deadpool has appeared in over 7000 comic books, yet still is quite an unknown character. While he might have a cult following, his presence is almost always seen here and there in the comic book realm. Starting as a villain, Deadpool developed into a wise-cracking vigilante, mostly working as a mercenary. This book is an introduction into the history and presence of Wade Wilson, also known as the Merc with a Mouth, better known as Deadpool. [Buy, Download]

D50-vol1amazonThe Frightful Fifty, Part One (25 Dreadful Singles)
By Steve Dustcircle

These short stories (and some poems) contain all of the elements that are still popular with modern horror and suspense: vampires, ghosts, killers, and the supernatural. While some of the titles give away what each piece of literature is about topically, some aren’t as clear. I feel that not knowing what you are about to read will be more of a surprise. This is not unlike watching a film without reading the synopsis. [Buy, Download]

D50-vol2amazonThe Frightful Fifty, Part Two (25 More Dreadful Singles)
By Steve Dustcircle

These short stories (and some poems) contain all of the elements that are still popular with modern horror and suspense: vampires, ghosts, killers, and the supernatural. While some of the titles give away what each piece of literature is about topically, some aren’t as clear. I feel that not knowing what you are about to read will be more of a surprise. This is not unlike watching a film without reading the synopsis. [Buy, Download]

Harley Quinn 101 amazonCOVER-frontHarley Quinn 101
By Steve Dustcircle

This book is an introduction to the fictional character, Harley Quinn, both for hardcore fans as well as the newcomer. Dr. Harleen Quinzel is a sinister jokester, both witty and playful is energetic enough to make anyone either fall in love with her or desire to be like her. She’s a thrill to be around, has many accomplices, and is an upcoming cultural icon. [Buy, Download]

LW-swirlLeaving Worship: From Worship Leader to Atheist Activist
By Steve Dustcircle

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 candid autobiography of Steve Dustcircle’s is focused mostly on his deconversion over the years, what led him to leaving Christianity, and the problems within religion itself. Told in narration style, he tells of the contradictions in the Bible, the errors of the Christian church, and how the people within religion could see things differently. [Buy, Download]

MMvol1-coverJPGMangasarian, Volume One
By Steve Dustcircle

M. M. Mangasarian was a rationalist and secularist who wrote mostly about religion, philosophy, culture and criticism. This book from aLife Beyond Books combines two of his academic critiques of Jesus and the Bible–as well as several essays and articles–into one volume. Included in this volume are: “The Truth About Jesus (Is He a Myth?),” “The Bible Unveiled (or, The Neglected Book),” “What is Christian Science?,” “Is Life Worth Living Without Immortality?,” “The Punishment of Children,” “Ministry of the Fine Arts,” and “What Was the Religion of Shakespeare?” [Buy, Download]

Napkins-Cover-croppedNapkins: Rare Poetry and Prose Archives, 1995-2004
By Steve Dustcircle

This is a decade of writings, both previously unpublished, and previously published by now-defunct publications. Some of the poetry came straight from scraps of paper and restaurant napkins to be placed in this book in their original, raw format. Some of these works show Steve’s spiritual past, which he’s not embarrassed about, as his life’s walk brought him to where he’s at now. Besides a spelling error here and there, there is little correction to the original content. Looking back, Steve sees how much he’s changed since the decade of the most recent writing in this publication, and feels okay enough to share his old writings with you. And he hopes you can enjoy the vulnerability. [Buy, Download]

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No, I Won’t Buy Your eBook
By Scott Dwight

Why won’t readers buy your book? Because it stinks, that’s why. This short ebook points out the errors of your ways, and inspires you to fix your book so it will sell, or at least be readable.
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[Buy, Download – Explicit Version]

PoliticsfortheDisinterested1Politics for the Disinterested
By Steve Dustcircle

In this book, you will learn the basics of the political realm here in the United States, and will learn what some words mean that you might have heard thrown around on TV. Politics are in our everyday lives. They affect everything and everyone. No matter if you’re an elderly person or a young child, politics plays a role in what goes on around you. What happens in the voting booths today can affect your life when you’re older, what kind of education you will get, what money you will make at your jobs, and what can happen to your family. [Buy, Download]

QDHcover6.25x9.5The Quotable Dissenting Heretic: Profound Statements of Human Dignity and Revolution
By Steve Dustcircle

Some people stood up for themselves, and some people weren’t allowed to stand at all, but all had a voice. Some were political, some were philosophical, but all were thought-provoking. No matter where you stand politically, or what Party (or non-party) you show allegiance to, we all pretty much want the same thing: Life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. [Buy, Download]

RMcoverJPGfrontRamblin’ Man: One-Sided Dialog on Philosophy and Other Rubbish
By Steve Dustcircle

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. Some of the articles are encouraging; some are enraging. Some are engaging; and some are previously unreleased. [Buy, Download]

Cover-new-frontonlyTransport (A Prison Transfer Tale)
By Steve Dustcircle

What is supposed to be a quick, direct delivery from one state to another, a county jail inmate is taken all over the Midwest in a cramped van with a bunch of guys he has nothing in common with, but for two things: they’re all facing fugitive charges, and they’re all a little bit normal actually, though they come from all backgrounds and parts of the Midwest. A tale that is hard, funny, and reflective. [Buy, Download]

UnChristianedNationCoverUnChristianed Nation: What Would a U.S. Christian Nation Look Like?
By Steve Dustcircle

Many Americans call themselves Christians, and say that America is a Christian nation. This book takes the Christian’s own text–the Bible–and turns it against them, showing U.S. Christians that if America were indeed a “Christian nation,” the evidence isn’t there. Steve Dustcircle attacks the theocratic mentality point by point, using everything from the early Jewish civilization to the early Church, and uses that as a mirror against the ways America acts and thinks politically, spiritually, and intellectually. [Buy, Download]

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