J. D. Brucker is an author of nonfiction and fiction. He's written four nonfiction books, three of which have topped the Amazon Kindle charts in three different categories. 'When Darkness Comes' stands as his first venture into horror fiction writing. He currently resides in central Illinois.
When Darkness Comes has been given a full synopsis. The tentative release is scheduled for mid-January 2016. Find the full synopsis below. ‘When Darkness Comes’ is a collection of short horror stories meant to drive terror into the hearts of readers. From the macabre to the grotesque, J. D. Brucker presents original and gut-wrenching tales tailored… Continue reading ‘When Darkness Comes’ – Full Synopsis
My latest, Facing Oblivion, is available for purchase! You can find the book here in eBook format: Kindle In paperback, you can pick up the book here: Amazon The synopsis reads: “Life is an amazing thing, filled with happiness, optimism, sadness and pain. Theists have said atheists are incapable of experiencing the beauty of life because… Continue reading “Facing Oblivion” – Now Available!
I’m happy to announce my third book (Reason Over Faith: Antitheism & the Case against Religion) is now available on Amazon! Thanks to everyone for the support and a special thanks to Joey Lee Kirkman for agreeing to write the foreword! Reason over Faith: Antitheism & the Case against Religion – Kindle Edition
Reason over Faith: Antitheism & the Case against Religion is edited and awaiting release! Stay tuned for more information. The synopsis goes as such: Many contend religion is, in its entirety, tolerant and stands as a force for good. Millions of human beings worship a god and follow the doctrine of their chosen faith, never considering how… Continue reading “Reason over Faith: Antitheism & the Case against Religion” – Updates
Coming soon, my book Reason over Faith: Antitheism & the Case against Religion is on the home stretch. I’m happy to publish again with Atheist Republic, great group of guys and gals! The book will also include, which I’m very excited about, a foreword by the awesome Joey Lee Kirkman. More info to come!
In his most recent Patheos article, my friend and colleague Joshua Kelly addresses a few tweets sent out by CJ Werleman. CJ Werleman Calls New Atheists “White Supremacists” by Joshua Kelly Follow him on twitter here.
Chris, a host from Unbuckling the Bible Belt, recently shared his thoughts on Improbable: Issues with the God Hypothesis. This is what he had to say: “I became acquainted with the writing of J.D. Brucker about a month ago when I came across a post of his on Dan Arel’s Patheos blog, Danthropology. It was a bittersweet vignette about… Continue reading Chris from the Unbuckling the Bible Belt Podcast shares his thoughts on ‘Improbable’