Dunrobin Publishing Releases New Novel. Dancing Priest Author Available for Interviews.

St. Louis, MO, December 21, 2011 --(PR.com)-- Dunrobin Publishing announces the release of a new novel, Dancing Priest, a gripping love story about two people who find themselves separated by faith, distance and tragedy, and a love born, separated, and reborn in faith and hope.

Written by St. Louis author Glynn Young, Dancing Priest tells the story of a young man studying to become an Anglican priest who finds love but learns that faith can separate; a university cyclist who seeks Olympic gold but finds tragedy, death and heroism; a pastor thousands of miles from home who seeks vocation and finds fatherhood; a college student and artist living abroad who finds love but loses family; a young woman who meets a faith she cannot accept; and an American girl who finds faith and learns to paint with her soul.

“I describe it as a love story even a man might read,” says Young. “It’s about love, cycling and the Olympics, faith, and tragedy, but most of all it is about how hearts can be changed.”

The story is set in Scotland, England, Greece and California.

Dancing Priest is available in paperback, Kindle, NOOK and iBook formats, and can be found everywhere books are sold. You can find out more at www.dancingpriest.com and www.dunrobin.us/dancingpriest.php.

ISBN - 978-0983236351


Glynn Young is an award-winning speech writer and public relations professional. His speeches have appeared numerous times in Vital Speeches of the Day and other national publications, and he’s published numerous articles on communications in journals and magazines.

He was named a Fellow of the Public Relations Society of America in 2005 and to the St. Louis Media Hall of Fame in 2009. A native of New Orleans, Glynn received his B.A. in Journalism degree from Louisiana State University and his Masters in Liberal Arts degree from Washington University in St. Louis. He lives in St. Louis.

He is a contributing editor for The High Calling (www.thehighcalling.org) and a contributing writer to The Master’s Artist (aratus.typepad.com/tma/). He blogs at Faith, Fiction, Friends (faithfictionfriends.blogspot.com). Dancing Priest is his first novel.

For interview or appearance requests contact Mark Sutherland - mark@dunrobin.us and 314.913.0674.
Dunrobin Publishing
Mark I. Sutherland