Congratulations to the members of the Skeptic Ink blog network on the release of their new book, 13 Reasons To Doubt: Essays from the writers of Skeptic Ink, now available for Kindle as well as paperback. Pulling a volume like this together to feature the work of bloggers on their network is a great idea, and one that I am sure will be emulated. I hope the book does well and generates some additional traffic and revenue for them.
I know this may be hard to believe, but I have long suspecting that most people do not read blogs on a regular basis. And yes, this includes most atheists, skeptics, humanists, and freethinkers. Those of us who write blogs in these topics are probably lucky to be reaching 1% of them.
Perhaps books like this will be a great way to reach far beyond the limited audience of those like-minded individuals who do read blogs. And who knows, maybe books like this will serve to introduce new readers to the atheist blogosphere too.