Michael and Sarah Kent-Hughes arrive in Britain, to live permanently and prepare for the coronation. But forces are at work to frustrate Michael’s every move, with the aim of stopping him from being crowned king. As Michael assembles his staff and begins to find his way, he learns what it means to depend upon people and his faith.
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Glynn Young is an award-winning speechwriter 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 received two Gold Quill Awards for speechwriting from the International Association of Business Communicators; seven other national speechwriting awards; and two Silver Anvil Awards from the Public Relations Society of America for community relations and employee communications.
Glynn has given hundreds of presentations and speeches on crisis communications, environmental communications, employee communications and speechwriting.
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 of Liberal Arts degree from Washington University in St. Louis.
He is a contributing editor for The High Calling and a contributing writer to The Master’s Artist. He blogs at Faith, Fiction, Friends.
His novels, Dancing Priest, A Light Shining and Dancing King, are available from Dunrobin Publishing.