Category Archives: James L. Rubart

Do You Want Restoration? Or Relief? by James L. Rubart

It’s been a tough year. Tree goes through house, living out of a hotel, dealing with insurance, contractors, mortgage company, wife going through PTSD, youngest graduates from high school and heads off to college (hello empty nesters) … you get … Continue reading

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About the Ice Bucket Challenge by Julie Arduini

Unless you’ve been living under a rock the last week, chances are you’ve seen the Ice Bucket Challenge gone viral to raise awareness and donations for ALS, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. Along with the videos, you’ve probably read the comments. How … Continue reading

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It’s Been A While … by James L. Rubart

It’s been quite a while since I’ve posted here. My apologies. Having a 20,000 lb tree rip through a corner of your house eight feet from where your wife was sleeping will keep you busier than normal. But it’s okay, because God … Continue reading

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Star Trek Version of Let it Snow!

As authors, we stitch words together in a way we hope will impact our readers. In this video you’ll see another type of word stitching that will crack you up. (Yes, even if you’re not a Star Trek fan.. Uh, … Continue reading

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Just in Case You Haven’t Seen This … by James L. Rubart

On the off chance you haven’t seen this video, take 1:52 out of your day and give yourself a treat. Okay, tell me, did you like it as much as I did?

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A Secret for Dealing with the Exasperating People in Your Life by James L. Rubart

(I previously published the following post on my James L. Rubart site, but due to the response I received, I think it’s worth running again for those of you who aren’t subscribed to my personal blog,) Do you have anyone in … Continue reading

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What’s Wrong with My Taste in Novels? by James L. Rubart

What’s wrong with me? Out of the five novels I’ve read over the past month, I would only recommend one of them to friends. (The one I really liked was A Cast of Stones, a fantasy novel from Bethany House.) The … Continue reading

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Maybe I Don’t Hate My Kindle by James L. Rubart

I never hated it. I just didn’t like giving up the tactile sensation of feeling a book in my fingers. Being able to turn back ten pages in a blink, not a series of clicks. I liked being able to … Continue reading

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Christians Read Fall Catalogue Released

(Click below to view the Christians Read Catalogue, 2013 Fall Edition, which includes Chapter Excerpts! Click to view Christians Read Fall 2013 on GLOSSI.COM

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Sanga Na Langa! by James L. Rubart

Sanga Na Langa means, No Worries, in the Fijian language. Yes, I was in Fiji with my family for the past ten days. My friend and fellow author, Beth Carson hosted my wife and two sons at her resort home, … Continue reading

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What Novelists REALLY Do When You Think They’re Writing by James L. Rubart

So you want to know what novelists are doing when their novels aren’t being written? Some friends of ours (Robin Lee Hatcher, Kristen Billerbeck, Terri Blackstock, and Angela Hunt) put this vid a few years ago, but the message remains … Continue reading

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Got Freedom? by James L. Rubart

Do you? Have freedom? I think it’s an essential question if you’re a follower of Jesus. Because that’s why he came–to set us free. “He has sent me to proclaim freedom for the prisoners and recovery of sight for the blind, to … Continue reading

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What It’s Like to Win a Christy by James L. Rubart

As you might know, I won a Christy (what I call the Oscars of Christian fiction)  at the end of last month in St Louis. It was surreal. Here are two reasons why: I’ve dreamed of winning a Christy Award … Continue reading

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Recording Your Own Book is Dang Cool by James L. Rubart

Recording the audio version of my novels is so cool, and so incredibly exhausting. Last week I was in Nashville laying down the audio version of Memory’s Door (e-book, print, audio on pre-order now, will officially release August 6th). This … Continue reading

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Do You Ever Take a Chance on a Different Genre? by James L. Rubart

I did. On Sunday. I was winging my way to Nashville to record the audio version of Memory’s Door (sequel to Soul’s Gate) when I powered my my Kindle and looked through the hundreds of free e-books I’ve downloaded but never … Continue reading

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