Print Length: 96 pages
A note from the author (Logospilgrim):
This book is a kind of memoir, but it's always difficult for me to classify my work. One of the main points of Tiki Hour is the powerful role post-traumatic stress disorder and abuse (in my case, witnessing domestic violence for almost two decades) played in my experience of religion. I argue that for a number of believers, religion and god are abusers; we're battered spouses trapped in an abusive relationship. The reader and I are in a bar, and there's sad stories *laughs* But much merriment too.
About the author:
Logospilgrim is a writer, a secular humanist, and a gonzo maverick. These days, she writes mostly about joyful secular living and being a happy tomboy. She has a degree in Religious Studies and enjoys collecting curiosities. She may be somewhat of a curiosity herself. She's learning to play the ukulele, and she can juggle. She's also known as the quiet professor. You can find her books on her website, logospilgrim.com, and Amazon. Her most recent works are Atheist Tiki Hour: Your Guide to a Secular Blast (published by Atheist Republic), and There's a Hula Girl on my Dashboard: How I Left Faith Behind and Embraced Life.