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Once again, into the mix

blendLast year, while I was writing Atheism For Dummies on an insanely short timeline, I did something counterintuitive — I committed to a daily 5-minute blog entry about the process. As it turned out, that helped me structure my time and mark my progress, and I got to bounce ideas off my readers in a way that improved the book. (In case you haven’t seen it, here’s your shout-out.)

As I transition out of the heavy research phase and into the heavy writing phase for my current book on the religious/nonreligious mixed marriage, I’m going to make the same dumb commitment again. Starting Monday (he said), I’ll write a short, unpolished post at the end of each weekday as I work my way through this incredibly complicated project.

Thanks for coming along for the ride! I appreciate the company.

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This was written on Thursday, 27. June 2013 at 10:21 and was filed under belief and believers, Love and marriage, mixed marriage, nonbelief and nonbelievers, Religious/Nonreligious Marriage Book. You can keep up with the comments to this article by using the RSS-Feed.

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