Love is an Orientation Wins an Award!

Enough of the heavy stuff for today after yesterday’s prayer – I need a break, and I’m sure you need one from me too! I’ve got exciting news that I found out last night: It’s a major award! (Unfortunately due to copyright issues I couldn’t post one of the best clips of all time: ‘F-R-A-G-I-L-E … It’s [Read More…]

Recent Reviews of my Book

Here is a recent review of my book – it was very humbling to read. Here is another review of my book – he didn’t think that I clearly articulated the gospel and he didn’t like that I didn’t clearly state my thoughts about homosexuality and sin (although I think I did … just not in [Read More…]

Cool Review from the UK

Review of Andrew Marin’s “Love is an Orientation” from Peter Ould on Vimeo. I ran across this video review of my book from Peter Ould in the UK. Here is his blog. In light of some of the harsh, and extremely vocal and public words from a small percentage in the Christian community in the UK have had for [Read More…]

I Need a Title!

Please help me pick a ‘working title’ for my second book! Let me explain … What is a ‘working title’? It’s a title that the author picks for their book until the official title is cemented. There are many times however, when the working title ends up being the official title. What is your second book about?My [Read More…]

What Did You Say?

Earlier this year I got to meet a very well known New York Times Bestselling author who is a Christian, published by a Christian publishing house, who writes about Christian themes. I’ve sat on this post for some time because I wasn’t sure what to do with this information. I was going to call him out [Read More…]

You Did It!

After all of your hard work, it’s finally done! Love is an Orientation is now on Kindle. Here is the page on Amazon. How exciting. Much love. [Read more…]

Help Get My Book on Kindle!

After a long back and forth between my publisher and Amazon regarding a Kindle version of my book, there has finally been some movement. In order for Love is an Orientation to be on Kindle now, Amazon says there “needs to be much demand” from the public. Don’t ask me why (get ready for a [Read More…]

Most Thorough Review of My Book

In honor of flying out early in the morning to speak in the United Kingdom for the next 10 days, here is a link to the most thorough review of my book I’ve ever seen … it’s almost as long as my book itself!  The review was published in one of the UK’s most prominent Christian publications, Fulcrum, done [Read More…]

Article I Wrote for Relevant Magazine

This link takes you to an article I wrote for Relevant Magazine that is published in their September/October 2009 issue. They wanted to “introduce me” to their readership, so half of the article is my background and the other half are a few key lessons I’ve learned along the way. One of the people who [Read More…]

Very Touching Review of My Book

My ‘Google Alerts’ just sent me this review of my book. Very, very touching. Just thought I’d share it with you all because right now I’m in tears. Much love. [Read more…]

Article I wrote for Relevant’s Neue Quarterly

This link takes you to an article I wrote for the Spring ’09 issue of Neue Quarterly called: It’s Our Fault: Examining the gay vs. Christian Culture War To access the article just: Click on the Article link at the top of the page and head over to my name, it’s on page 39. Have a [Read More…]

Interesting Book Clubs on Love is an Orientation

On the blogs, Not the Religious Type and Crossroads, they are both doing a book club on Love is an Orientation. Feel free to chime in if you’re interested! Much [Read more…]

Love is an Orientation on Kindle

I just found out that my book will be coming out soon on Kindle. InterVarsity Press has heeded the many requests—ask and you shall receive. Much [Read more…]

The Most Humbling Review Yet

I sit here typing this crying. Yes, I cry. A lot. My life has been full of raw emotions these past few weeks with the unique juxtaposition I have been living recently. I have dumped my life out in words for people to read, re-read and then re-read again. Looking. Studying. Dissecting each word to [Read More…]