It's not what it looks like. Honest.
Using very few words,
“It’s Not About the Sex” My Ass ranks 9th on Amazon's
100 Best Sellers in Mormonism
A little over one year out, “It’s Not About the Sex” My Ass has climbed to Number 9 on Amazaon’s “100 Best Sellers in Mormonism” list, pictured at left. (Considering that The Witness Wore Red is listed twice, think we could claim Number 8?) What an honor! It is thanks to you, readers.
Praise from Down Under
and from parts North
Loved your book. Read it in 18 hours and that includes sleeping and entertaining my 10 year old who is on holidays. I have been interested in polygamy for years and often wondered how women think so little of themselves to come from a monogamous background and agree to live polygamy. Your book cleared it up a little for me ... Take care from South Australia xx
I just wanted to let you know I absolutely loved your book. You are such a riot!! Some lines were too much -- like the one, "At least I won't have to defend chiropractic again!" ... You are AWESOME!!!
Brief, excellent piece by “oxy-Mormon”
Robert Kirby will make you think
“The religious beliefs of most people are based as much or more on what we don’t know than what we think we do,” writes Salt Lake Tribune columnist and self-described “oxy-Mormon” Robert Kirby in today’s thought-provoking piece. “In the end we protect ourselves by believing only the truth we can handle and shouting ‘heresy’ at anything we can’t. That’s not faith or God. That’s ego.”
We can’t quite tell if Kirby is defending or challenging faith. Why not read the brief piece and decide for yourself? Please click here and devour it now.
“Not guilty” plea entered
Remember this one? Sorry, but we just can’t leave it alone. Apparently, neither can the defendant, who has just entered a plea of not guilty.
Mind you, there’s nothing funny about assault. Well, usually there’s nothing funny about it.
You can read the Salt Lake Tribune story about the plea by clicking here. To read our original post about the assault, click the photo at left.