Welcome to Godless and Black! This is a blog for atheists by an atheist, addressing the concerns of atheists, agnostics, secular humanists, and freethinkers of every race and nationality but with a specific focus on African Americans. focusing on religious criticism and debate with the goal of true intellectual freedom and enlightenment.
How Often Do I Post?
This is primarily a monthly blog. I write my own thoughts and feelings on atheism and it would get rather old rather quickly if I posted every day or even every week. I would rather quickly begin to repeat myself. The intention of this blog is to give you time to read the posts, reread them, and read them again. To share them with friends and family, both the enlightened and those blinded by religious dogma and inspire thoughtful dialogue to hopefully drag more people out of the darkness and into the light of reason.
I am a writer, former fighter, former MMA trainer, husband, and father of three. I fought professionally for 9 years and trained fighters for 6. I may look mean as hell and write some gruesome stuff and am capable of beating most fools within an inch of their lives but I'm actually a nice guy. Really, I'm a Teddy bear. I am a humanist who believes in man's responsibility to his fellow man and that too many do too little for too few.
I've been publishing for 10 years. Succulent Prey was my first mass-market release followed by The Resurrectionist. If you have a taste for extreme fiction with socio-political and philosophical messages that push boundaries, break taboos, and leave you thinking long after the book has ended then check out Teratologist co-written with Edward Lee, Poisoning Eros co written with Monica O-Rourke, my short story collection,The Book of A thousand Sins, His Pain my novella from Delirium Books, Hero my novella with J.F. Gonzalez from Bloodletting Books, Population Zero from Cargo Cult Press, Yaccub's Curse by Necro Books, and my latest, Everyone Dies Famous In A Small Town published by Thunderstorm Books.