Category: Book Reviews

Dick Kelly Exorcises His Ghosts

May 5th, 2012, 1 Comment

Richard E. Kelly’s latest book, The Ghosts from Mama’s Club, has just been released. Copies are available at Amazon.com in popular paperback (208 pages; $16.95) and as a Kindle downloadable e-book ($9.95). Kelly promised a sequel to his 2008 autobiography, Growing Up in Mama’s Club, a vivid description of the first twenty years of his life […]

InsidetheWatchtower.com

August 25th, 2011, 3 Comments

For those readers who have not found it yet, we’d like to announce our new website, Inside the Watchtower. It’s been online since late July, but was only announced officially on August 2, 2011. Although it could be considered a “companion site” to Ex-JW.com, it really stands on its own and has a unique personality. […]

Read this book! You too could be homeless

April 26th, 2011, 3 Comments

My wife has little or no interest in reading books about the Bible, religion, or anything about Jehovah’s Witnesses. She thinks I’m obsessive in my research about the history and teachings of the Watchtower Society. Her eyes will start to glaze over about thirty seconds after I bring up the subject of my past life […]

Confronting Misinformation

March 29th, 2011, No Comments

I am currently writing a sequel, The Ghosts from Mama’s Club. It’s an autobiography of my forty-seven years of life after leaving the Club. The “ghosts” in the book are dysfunctional behavior patterns, toxic residue acquired from the time my family and I spent as Jehovah’s Witnesses.

Dick Kelly on “Six Screens”

September 24th, 2009, No Comments

Author Richard E. Kelly has confirmed that he will be participating in a telephone conference call sponsored by “Six Screens of the Watchtower,” this coming Saturday evening, September 26, 2009 at 7:00 PM (EST). The call will be hosted and moderated by Rick Fearon of Upper Room Ministries, the guiding force behind “Six Screens of […]

Exposing Cults at the Tucson Book Fair

July 7th, 2009, 1 Comment

We decided to have a lively interactive dialogue about growing up in different cults—exposing surprising and shocking similarities between these two very unique and secretive religious groups.

Five books you should read about Jehovah’s Witnesses

April 10th, 2009, 9 Comments

Here are five great books that we can easily recommend that are available through local bookstores and Amazon.com. We feel that these books are educational and informative about the Witness religion and history.

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