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Wendy A.M. Prosser

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Wendy A.M. Prosser is an indie author, vegan, cat-lover and Renaissance woman. She lives in Oxfordshire with her husband, three and a half feline friends and two Giant African Land Snails, and when not writing or blogging is a freelance medical and science editor.

Dottie the cat

Towards the end of April, we lost our darling, dribbly elderly, Dottie.

We first noticed Dottie living (or so we thought) in our garden in summer 2009. Like Bagpuss before him, he swiftly moved in with us and soon became part of the family.

We named him Dottie because of the white dot at the tip of his tail, and because we thought he was a girl due to the pink tag on his collar. How we discove...

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Let's Go Play At The Adams' by Mendal W. Johnson
"alli will say about this book is this: my mom had a copy when i was maybe 12. i loved books and used to sneak her books off the shelves and read them in secret. lets go play was one of the first adult novels i ever read, and it haunted me until i..." Read more of this review »
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Night of the Crabs by Guy N. Smith

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An Atheist Manifesto by Joseph Lewis
“When man comes to the realization that he is not the "favorite" of God; that he was not specially created, that the universe was not made for his benefit, and that he is subject to the same laws of nature as all other forms of life, then, and not until then, will he understand that he must rely upon himself, and himself alone, for whatever benefits he is to enjoy; and devote his time and energies to helping himself and his fellow men to meet the exigencies of life and to set about to solve the difficult and intricate problems of living.

The recognition of a problem is the first step to its solution— We are not "fallen" angels, nor were we "created" perfect.

On the contrary, we are the product of millions of years of an unpurposed evolution. We are the descendants and inheritors of all the defects of our primitive ancestry—the evolution of the myriad forms of life from the infinitesimal to the mammoth—from the worm to the dinosaur.”
Joseph Lewis
An Atheist Manifesto by Joseph Lewis
“If you do not want to stop the wheels of progress; if you do not want to go back to the Dark Ages; if you do not want to live again under tyranny, then you must guard your liberty, and you must not let the church get control of your government. If you do, you will lose the greatest legacy ever bequeathed to the human race—intellectual freedom.

Now let me tell you another thing. If all the energy and wealth wasted upon religion—in all of its varied forms—had been spent to understand life and its problems, we would today be living under conditions that would seem almost like Utopia. Most of our social and domestic problems would have been solved, and equally as important, our understanding and relations with the other peoples of the world would have, by now, brought about universal peace.

Man would have a better understanding of his motives and actions, and would have learned to curb his primitive instincts for revenge and retaliation. He would, by now, know that wars of hate, aggression,
Joseph Lewis
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P.G. Wodehouse
“I know I was writing stories when I was five. I don't know what I did before that. Just loafed, I suppose.”
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Joseph Lewis
“Many ask what difference does it make whether man believes in a God or not.
It makes a big difference.
It makes all the difference in the world.
It is the difference between being right and being wrong; it is the difference between truth and surmises—facts or delusion.
It is the difference between the earth being flat, and the earth being round.
It is the difference between the earth being the center of the universe, or a tiny speck in this vast and uncharted sea of multitudinous suns and galaxies.
It is the difference in the proper concept of life, or conclusions based upon illusion.
It is the difference between verified knowledge and the faith of religion.
It is a question of Progress or the Dark Ages.”
Joseph Lewis, An Atheist Manifesto

Joseph Lewis
“The history of man proves that religion perverts man's concept of life and the universe, and has made him a cringing coward before the blind forces of nature.

If you believe that there is a God; that man was 'created'; that he was forbidden to eat of the fruit of the 'tree of knowledge'; that he disobeyed; that he is a 'fallen angel'; that he is paying the penalty for his 'sins,' then you devote your time praying to appease an angry and jealous God.

If, on the other hand, you believe that the universe is a great mystery; that man is the product of evolution; that he is born without knowledge; that intelligence comes from experience, then you devote your time and energies to improving his condition with the hope of securing a little happiness here for yourself and your fellow man.

That is the difference.
If man was 'created,' then someone made a grievous mistake.”
Joseph Lewis, An Atheist Manifesto

Joseph Lewis
“The church knows that an educated man is an unbeliever. That is why there is a continual struggle on the part of the clergy to adulterate education with superstition. To maintain their untenable position they must keep the people shackled to a form of mental slavery. Both fear and superstition are forms of a contagious disease.

The ignorance of man produced natural fears of the elements of nature. What he could not understand he attributed to malevolent spirits whose primary purpose was to punish and harm him. Under this spell it seems almost incredible that he ever advanced from his state of primitive ignorance.

His fears produced such fantastic monsters of the air that it was first necessary to relieve his tormented mind of these terrifying myths of ghosts and gods before he was able to acquire even the simplest rudiments of knowledge.

Man's ignorance and fears made him an easy prey of priests. His gullibility was such that he believed everything he was told. He soon became a slave to these liars and hypocrites.”
Joseph Lewis, An Atheist Manifesto

Joseph Lewis
“It is now established by verifiable evidence that religion stultifies the brain and is the great obstacle in the path of intellectual progress.

The more religious a person is, the more he is steeped in ignorance and superstition, the less is his sense of moral responsibility. The more intelligent a person, the less religious he is. There is an old saying that 'where there are three scientists, there are two atheists.'

The countries whose governments are dominated by religion and religious institutions are the most backward. By the same token, the countries whose people are the most enlightened, and whose governments are based upon the principle of secularism—the separation of church and state—are the most progressive.

And let me tell you: When man is intellectually free, the progress he will make is beyond calculation.”
Joseph Lewis, An Atheist Manifesto

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Vicarage Hi Wendy

I'm using GoodReads to catalogue my books. The mobile phone app is very useful in multi-scan barcode mode, and allows you to rip through titles. It took a couple of weeks but I've finished it. I own 575 books own, and another 1500 I've got on my list as 'gone', either given away or borrowed from libraries. You won't see many reviews from me here though.

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