Jim Rubart on Tips for Writers at Conferences

This video interview with Jim Rubart was filmed at the Northwest Christian Writers Renewal Conference in May of 2010. Jim’s debut novel ROOMS has been a great success and spent two weeks at number one on the Amazon Kindle list. He had helpful advice for both new and experienced writers on how to get the most out of writer’s conferences. Don’t miss this interview with a new author who can personally attest to the value of what you learn and who you meet at writing conferences.

Jim will be speaking in Bothell, WA on Monday, September 13 at the NCWA meeting. Join us at 6:30 PM for networking. Meeting starts at 7:00 PM. Details and directions at http://www.nwchristianwriters.org/meetings.html

Jim will also be appearing at the University Village (Seattle) Barnes & Noble with Paul Young, the author of The Shack this Friday, September 10 at 7:00 PM. Details and directions at http://store-locator.barnesandnoble.com/event/3060845

Jim Rubart is a husband, dad, author, and marketing professional, in that order. By day he runs his company, Barefoot Marketing, at night he writes novels for B&H Fiction including ROOMS released earlier this year. He’s been married for 24 years to his amazing wife, Darci, and lives in Woodinville with her and their two incredible boys. Visit his website at http://www.jimrubart.com/

 

Dennis Brooke writes about Almost True Stories of Life at www.dennisbrooke.wordpress.com. He’s been a member of NCWA for three years and currently serves as Vice-President and Webmaster. Visit his website at http://www.dennisbrooke.com/

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