We’ve been prolific!  Our ebooks are a service to the community, and the funds they raise help keep this site going.

We currently have two ebooks for sale.  Click a cover to see details.

Do you have an ebook for sale, relevant to naturalistic spirituality?  If so, contact the editor.

Year One: A Year of Humanistic Paganism

Year One: A Year of Humanistic Paganism

An anthology of our first year’s work, plus exclusive new material.  For details, click here.

Encounters in Nature

Encounters in Nature: An Open-air Dialogue in the North Woods

An interfaith dialogue with Celtic polytheist Drew Jacob, Vodou priest Urban Haas, and Humanistic Pagan B. T. Newberg.  For details, click here.  For a review, click here.

NOTE: The ebook Love and the Ghosts of Mount Kinabalu by B. T. Newberg is no longer offered on this site. To obtain a copy from the author, visit Goodreads (EPUB) or Oronjo (PDF).

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