Bob Hostetler

About The Steve Laube Agency

The Steve Laube Agency is committed to providing top quality guidance to authors and speakers. Our years of experience and success brings a unique service to our clients. We focus primarily in the Christian marketplace and have put together an outstanding gallery of authors and speakers whose books continue to make an impact throughout the world.

What Bob will looking for in Fiction: contemporary, historical, mystery, romance, suspense, thriller. Selected children’s books.

What Bob will looking for in Nonfiction: Nearly all topics written from a Christian perspective – business and leadership, contemporary issues and current events, Christian living, devotionals, humor, marriage and family, parenting, prayer, spiritual growth, teens/young adult, women’s nonfiction.

As a rule, Bob will not be looking for:

Fiction: fantasy, horror, science fiction, speculative fiction (those are Steve’s strange affliction).

Nonfiction: cookbooks and  poetry.

For more information, go to https://stevelaube.com/im-looking-agent/.

 

About Bob

Bob Hostetler is an award-winning author, literary agent, and speaker from southwestern Ohio. His fifty books, which include the award-winning Don’t Check Your Brains at the Door (co-authored with Josh McDowell) and The Bard and the Bible: A Shakespeare Devotional, have sold millions of copies. Bob is also the executive director of the Christian Writers Institute (christianwritersinstitute.com). He and his wife, the lovely Robin, have been married for forty years. They have two children and five grandchildren. 

 

 

 

Pastors Track Presented by Bob

Dear Pastors: So You Want to Write a Book?

In these specially designed sessions for pastors and teachers, bestselling and award-winning author Bob Hostetler will help turn your experience, research, and preaching into articles and/or books, as well as other forms of writing, expanding your reach and broadening your ministry. The Pastors Track will cover dos and don’ts, mind-blowing shifts in perspective, key entry points for pastors, and will even reveal how writing for publication can revolutionize your preaching and teaching.