You know you’ve made it when…
… you are being cited as an ‘authority’ on Wikipedia:
Furthermore a professional review of “Atheism and Secularity” by a Graduate Student of Nonreligion (Christopher Corter. Alternative Spirituality and Religion Review, Volume 2, Number 1, Spring 2011, pp. 176-180(5)) found in
offers good criticism of the volumes in terms of conceptual inconsistency such as terms being inconsistently used or even redundantly used and bias against “religion” (usually theism specifically).
Shame about the spelling of my name, though :)