Category Archives: James L. Rubart

Have You Read This Guy Lately? By Hannah Alexander

I have a habit of reading an author’s book, then if I like it, I’ll find all of that author’s other titles and read them back to back, overdosing on the style and characters and stories created by that one … Continue reading

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Before Kindle and Nook, There Was Le Book! by James L. Rubart

In the age before e-readers …      

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Today Only Special Sale: James L. Rubart’s SOUL’S GATE

ABOUT THE BOOK “Every now and then we get a break from reality. A glimpse into the other world that is more real than the reality we live in 99 percent of our days. The Bible is about a world … Continue reading

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Don’t Think About the Cross this Easter by James L. Rubart

The cross has not only become the symbol for Easter, it’s become the symbol for all of Christianity. The reason I say “become” is because it hasn’t always been that way. For the early Christians, the symbol of Christianity was … Continue reading

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The Verdict’s In On My Kindle and it Ain’t Good by James L. Rubart

I just got a Kindle and I’m not sold on it. Am I too old? Maybe that’s the problem. But I don’t think so. I love technology. The other day a friend was selling their Kindle (an older version) very … Continue reading

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It Can’t Be Done? by James L. Rubart

Do you believe in the can’ts? I do. I believed in them before I got published.  I believed the voice that said, “You can’t write.” I believed in the cant’s when I wanted to sing on the worship team at … Continue reading

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This Cracked Me Up by James L. Rubart

I love this guy. Why? I get this. I think he’s saying, “Why would I read a book on my Kindle if I can hold it in my hands?” Me too. I”m not down on e-readers. I have Kindle and … Continue reading

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Please, Tell Your Story by James L. Rubart

You’re a reader. You love reading powerful stories. Do you realize you have a fascinating, powerful story as well? Has anyone read it? I hear what’s going through your head right now: “No, I don’t, Jim. There’s nothing particularly interesting about my … Continue reading

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Kindle or Nook? by James L. Rubart

I’m just about there … ready to pick up an e-reader. (Yeah, I know, I’m behind the times.) I have the Nook app and the Kindle app on my computers and iPhone, but I don’t have the real McCoy yet. … Continue reading

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Christians Read January Newsletter

From Kathi Macias: The Moses Quilt released January 1st! The Moses Quilt is a contemporary novel that bridges racial and generational divides. With a realistic and compassionate look into a twenty-first-century dilemma, multiple award-winning author Kathi Macias introduces readers to … Continue reading

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Is Vicki Right or Wrong? by James L. Rubart

Was Vicki right in her post yesterday? She says you’re supposed to follow your bliss. Really? Before I answer that, think about your bliss. What would you do with your time and life if $30,000,000 appeared in your bank account tomorrow? … Continue reading

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Making Sense of the Senseless by James L. Rubart

Has it been hard for you since Friday? Trying to make sense of the massacre? Me too. Our boys are 20 and 17, but moments ago they were in grade school and my mind skips a beat when I try … Continue reading

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Your Opinon of Audio Books Please by James L. Rubart

When Brilliance Audio bought the rights to my first novel ROOMS, I asked if I could try out to be the narrator. They said, “Sure, send us a sample.” I recorded the first chapter, sent it to them, and they … Continue reading

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This Cracked Me Up by James L. Rubart

As novelists we strive to craft words and stories that stir emotions in our readers. One guidelines we all use to make this happen is to avoid clichés. Clichés dumb down writing, bore people, and tell our readers we didn’t … Continue reading

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Christians Read newsletter

The first book in Vicki Hinze’s Lost, Inc. series released October 1st: Lost, Inc. Series, Book 1 Mass Market ISBN: 978-0373445097 Large Print ISBN: 978-0373675302 Love Inspired Suspense THE DARKEST HOURS After losing everything, Della Jackson tries to begin again … Continue reading

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