I’ll tell you what: Why won’t you send me an email and maybe we’ll work something out. In the meantime, here is a short summary of our next potential best seller.
The Truth Is Wrong consists of many short chapters, each of which tackles the issue of religious thinking (mainly Western religions) from a different point of view: Religion and science, religion and food, religion and sex, religion and logic, religion and witchcraft, religion and race, religion and our brain, etc.
With a somewhat satirical tendency and much criticism, the book deals with very serious issues (the existence of God, the conflict between belief and reality, education and morality) in simple terms and in an easy-to-read style.
It mentions several other books and quotes from a vast array of sources. Due to my personal background, the book leans a bit more on Judaism, but it also makes many learned references to Christianity, Islam and a few other religions.
All in all, the book promotes the values of humanism, skepticism and free thinking.
The book size is about 180 pages (size A5, small fonts) with a small black-and-white caricature accompanying almost each chapter. It is about 50,000 words. It is completed, as far as the author (myself) is concerned.