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MAY 02, 2015: THE POWER OF STORY
Do you have a story to tell? It may be your personal story of a transformed life, the history of your business, or a resource that spotlights the story of your ministry. Whether it’s fiction, non-fiction, curriculum, or a children’s book, the power of a story can change hearts and communicate facts like nothing else can. In this debut episode of Publishing Today, you’ll be introduced to three gifted storytellers who’ve put the power of the pen to work in both novels and non-fiction issue based books. The discussion will include many aspects of touching lives with the written word. New York
Saturday at 10 AM Pacific Time on VoiceAmerica Variety Channel
#1 New York Times bestselling novelist Karen Kingsbury is America’s favorite inspirational storyteller, with more than 25 million copies of her award-winning books in print. Her last dozen titles have topped bestseller charts and many of her novels are under development with Hallmark Films and as major motion pictures. Kingsbury has been recognized by Time Magazine and The Today Show for her Life-Changing Fiction®. She is also host of a national music-format radio program, “The Karen Kingsbury Show” where she tells stories between the songs.
James L. Rubart is the best-selling and Christy award winning author of ROOMS, BOOK OF DAYS, THE CHAIR, SOUL’S GATE, and MEMORY’S DOOR. He’s also a professional speaker and owner of Barefoot Marketing which helps businesses and authors make more coin of the realm.
In his free time he dirt bikes, hikes, golfs, takes photos, and occasionally does sleight of hand. No, he doesn’t sleep much. He lives with his amazing wife and two sons in the Pacific Northwest and still thinks he’s young enough to water ski like a madman.
Cynthia Ruchti is the award-winning author of recent releases ALL MY BELONGINGS (novel), WHEN THE MORNING GLORY BLOOMS (novel), and RAGGED HOPE: SURVIVING THE FALLOUT OF OTHER PEOPLE’S CHOICES (nonfiction).
She retired from 33 years of writing and producing a daily radio broadcast called THE HEARTBEAT OF THE HOME, and is past president of the 2,700-member American Christian Fiction Writers. She now serves as ACFW’s Professional Relations Liaison, all while working on more book projects in addition to the eight already on the shelves.