Atheist Universe Secures Contract with Ulysses Press

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Self-published book through Xlibris gets picked up by traditional publisher.

David Mills secured a contract with Ulysses Press for Atheist Universe bound to be released August 2006. Having authored three successful books of the same genre, Mills received great reviews after successfully self-publishing the book’s 1st edition through Xlibris which eventually caught the interest of a traditional house, Ulysses Press, to produce its forthcoming 2nd edition.

Published April 2004, Atheist Universe revolves around the argument of God’s existence. This book brings to readers a profound understanding of the never-ending battle between science and religion. Told through the viewpoint of the author, it essentially answers why God didn’t have a thing to do with life.

Having been a best-seller, Atheist Universe, richly entertaining and delivered in simple terms, makes it easy for readers to comprehend the unfathomable denotation of atheism.

About the Author

David Mills has been an atheist for thirty years. David has also written best-selling psychology and self-help literature for the Albert Ellis Institute in New York and for psychotherapy clients worldwide. David worked as a journalist covering NASA’s Space Shuttle program at the Kennedy Space Center in the 1980’s.

Born in 1959, David lives in Huntington, West Virginia, and has one daughter, Sophia. For more information about the author, visit his personal website at or contact him at

About Xlibris

Founded in 1997, Xlibris continuously gives writers the tools to become authors. In strategic partnership with Random House Ventures, Xlibris offers comprehensive publishing services from editing to proofreading, from cover design to page layout, from book marketing and publicity that open the marketplace of published books to everyone, and will strengthen and enrich the landscape of books and writing as a whole. For more information, visit or contact Jon Enriquez at


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