Author Archives: Chris Hambleton

About Chris Hambleton

Chris resides in Denver, Colorado, where he is employed as a software developer and consultant. He has authored more than a dozen books, as well as developed several websites, software applications, and written software-related articles. His other interests include traveling, hiking, running, studying the Bible, reading American history and politics, and literally devouring good fiction books. Recently, he has been learning to enjoy classical music, playing the piano, and learning Hebrew.

Two New Books for 2021!

Now available on the Kindle and in paperback! My latest non-fiction work (“A Tale of Two Women”) is ready for Kindle download at Amazon.com! The book is also available in paperback format. The synopsis for the book is: A Tale of … Continue reading

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Recapturing Joy in Difficult Times

With the close of 2020 and the beginning of 2021, people have many different feelings about the year ahead. We’re not merely wondering if it’ll be good or bad, but if it be relatively normal and uneventful after the last … Continue reading

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A Dead King and an Ex-President

The 2020 US election is over – and has been for several weeks now, despite all the lawsuits, court-rulings, petitions, investigations, accusations, etc. As with most of our elections for the past 30+ years, one-third of the country is happy … Continue reading

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Knowing and Being Known

“You have been weighed in the balances and found wanting…” (Daniel 5:27). These were the words which were read from a wall in ancient Babylon to an ancient king who’s time was up. And while this divine proclamation was first … Continue reading

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The Author of Life … Released!

Now available on the Kindle and in paperback! My latest non-fiction work (“The Author of Life”) is ready for Kindle download at Amazon.com! The book is also available in paperback format. The synopsis for the book is: When you think about … Continue reading

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That One Thing

“A man after God’s own heart…” If there were ever a title or a commendation to receive from God Himself, that would be it. In the entire Bible, there is only ONE person given that commendation (aside from Jesus Himself, … Continue reading

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Fountains of the Deep … Released!

Now available on the Kindle and in paperback! Disclaimer: though this book was actually released in late December 2019, this announcement is better late than never! My latest novel (“Fountains of the Deep”) is ready for Kindle download at Amazon.com! The … Continue reading

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Embracing Writer’s Block

Writer’s block. The two dreaded little words that every writer loathes, yet can also relate to. Sometimes it can last a couple minutes, a couple hours, or even a couple days. In my case, it’s lasted the better part of … Continue reading

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Mentoring and Being Mentored

It’s been said that the only true constant in this universe is change. In our day and age of ever-increasing knowledge and information, that proverb seems truer today than ever before. Everywhere we look today, change is practically inescapable; we … Continue reading

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Hearing Voices

Communicating your voice accurately and succinctly is one of the challenges of every writer, regardless of the intended audience and purpose of the material. Great writers are able to devise any type of voice they wish and one would think … Continue reading

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