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Christian Obscenity: Essays, Stories, and Other Potentially Damning Ramblings Kindle Edition

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Length: 148 pages

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  • File Size: 180 KB
  • Print Length: 148 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1442123966
  • Publisher: Douglas Editions (October 29, 2008)
  • Publication Date: October 29, 2008
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B001JJBM4Y
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Scott Douglas wrote this about page, which, he admits, makes him sound a bit like a narcissist; so narcissistically speaking, Douglas is the esteemed author of a memoir about his experience working in a public library (Quiet, Please: Dispatches from a Public Librarian), an ongoing YA series (The N00b Warriors), and two technical books on iPhone app development (Going Mobile and Build Your Own Apps for Fun and Profit). Esteemed writing aside, Douglas teaches humor and memoir writing for the Gotham Writers Workshops. He lives in Anaheim, but to sound cooler, he usually says he "lives five minutes from Disneyland." He lives with his wife, Diana, in a home that is a registered California landmark. His burbs smell like roses.

If Scott Douglas did not write this about page, it would read:
Scott Douglas lives in Anaheim with his wife. He is the author of other books. He likes to think that his organic deodorant holds back his BO for more than 30 minutes, but who is he kidding?

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I was very pleased with Scott Douglas' other work, Quiet, Please! In reading that book I was very pleased to discover that he is a conservative Christian. I was interested in more of his "library" blogs, but when I went to his website, I discovered that he had published this little gem also. Christian Obscenity is a collection of essays, stories, and other writings. I really liked the "Christian" porn-star interview, which is laugh out loud funny. Douglas proves that you can have a sense of humor, and even be a little sarcastic, and still be a Christian! I look forward to reading more of his work - I also subscribe to the blog Disturbed Christians . com which Scott is a regular contributor. The site is not to be missed!
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But I didn't. The essays weren't so much humorous as mean and judgemental. I gave up after the piece about the Christian Player.
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