Download here. It's .mobi file, which is compatible with all devices. The only cost to you is the time it takes figuring out how to open the darn thing on your Android, Apple, and Kindle doohickey. If you enjoyed it or want to support the series, consider purchasing a copy from Amazon for a friend, foe, family member, or even a strangely literate pet.
The Light of the Dead series has two goals: to elicit laughs and to stir curiosity. The books are primarily apologetic in their mission, and they're intended for people who ordinarily don't give two figs about gaining a better understanding of the world's largest religion. Humor is one of the best tools we have in the human toolbelt to break down barriers and open up conversation about tough topics. Genesis of the Dead does just that. One of the other great tools we have is generosity. Now this book does that, too. If you're on a thinking machine that lets you read this post, you're on a machine that can read Book 1 of Light of the Dead right now for free.
Outreach doesn't work so well if you go about it by charging admission. This series is meant to be an outreach effort, so it feels silly to ask for money upfront. Download it, read it, share it. Like I said above, if you enjoyed it or want to support the series, pitch in a few bucks by buying a copy from Amazon. Don't sweat it if you'd rather not.
Writing Book 2, obviously. I'm toying with the idea of publishing chapters as I go and then compiling them all for a print edition at the end. As I'm self-publishing this series, I get to write whatever I want and publish it in any form I want. Self-publishing may not be seen as legit,* but it a) is a ton of fun and b) affords a far higher degree of flexibility than the traditional route. We'll see how far we can stretch the form.
*Two things. One, legit as compared to what? Getting published by Harlequin? Two, how many bad books have you read that were published by respected publishing companies? Be honest!