Tag Archives: Ethical Humanist Society

I’ve been puzzling over this one?


I’ve read that Daniel Defoe, author of Robinson Crusoe and Moll Flanders once said: “…how frequently in the course of our lives the evil which in itself we seek most to shun, and which, when we are fallen into it, … Continue reading

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The Architecture of Happiness by Alain De Botton


The Architecture of Happiness and writing. I first became a real fan of Alain de Botton’s writing in 2005 when I was visiting Paris by myself for about two weeks. I stopped in at Shakespeare & Company right by the … Continue reading

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The Indie Author Meets the Ethical Humanist


Last Saturday, I was privileged to be interviewed by philosopher James Coley, former president of the Ethical Humanist Society of the Triangle in Carrboro, Chapel Hill, North Carolina. His radio show, The Ethical Humanist, broadcast on WCOM Saturdays at 8 … Continue reading

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My Introduction to the Ethical Humanist Society


Promotion can be a 24/7 job! I think many authors—at least those with a first novel—feel that writing and editing is the job. Once that’s completed, along with the publishing contract, they can sit back and relax. Not my experience! … Continue reading

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