I came across this article in Publisher's Weekly online. 

Living Secular

A lot of the books out there that deal with the subject of atheism tend to be argumentative rather than supportive, and it appears that there's a new trend in books that focus on lifestyle, rather than argument. These can be good for people who are new to atheism, or even for family members who are struggling to understand why someone "strayed from the flock."

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Thanks Nick. The article reaffirms my position of "live and let live". I certainly don't proselytize my atheism or secularism (although I do have refrigerator post-its). I would like family and friends know I'm not a believer, spiritual, or anything "religious". I don't argue or discuss my disbeliefs.

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