Why Should You Consider Reading Faith in Doubt: Do You Question Your Faith?

I've written about how Faith in Doubt was a 4-year project and about why you shouldn't be daunted by the page count, so I'd like to go into more details for people who might still be on the fence despite such assurances and explain briefly what each section has to offer so I wanted to … Continue reading Why Should You Consider Reading Faith in Doubt: Do You Question Your Faith?

The Kindle Version of my book, Faith in Doubt, Is Live!

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07WCMLDRY   For some reason, the physical version is still "in review" and it could take 3 days for Amazon to make a decision. But, since the Kindle version is now live, I don't think I have to worry about the contents being an issue. If anyone has a Kindle, it's now available! If you … Continue reading The Kindle Version of my book, Faith in Doubt, Is Live!

Intellectual Cowardice: Western Indology is Promoting Genocide Denial Of India’s Past

I feel this is an important issue to highlight, because Western Academia seems poised to just ignore painful truths of history, even if it means genocide denial for the sake of treating all religions as equal. After learning more about the issues within Islam, I had to re-evaluate what I thought was true from US … Continue reading Intellectual Cowardice: Western Indology is Promoting Genocide Denial Of India’s Past

Progress Note: I Am An Idiot

I found that my word count for Part II was 325,718 and combined with Part I which was on a separate file, it became 404,444 words. It amounted to 881 pages in word. For comparison, my first and terrible attempt at an ebook is around 18,000 words and takes up 203 pages double-spaced on Amazon's ebook page count.

Thus Spake Zarathustra Review

Nietzsche's philosophical novel was an amazing read. At the time I began to read it, I hadn't really been captivated by a novel since the Harry Potter series (which I love) and I found most fantasy stories to be really boring. I didn't expect much at the time, it was mostly curiosity in relation to the game. I suspected that I'd find it boring. To my surprise, it was initially quite a laughable read.