Blog Tour: Mile 21

Sarah Dunster will host a blog tour for her new book, Mile 21, from October 8–24.

The singles ward is the last place Abish wants to be. But after the unexpected death of her husband (and after being kicked out of her mom’s place), she has to move into single-student housing to finish up her schooling. Maybe training for a marathon and winning the heart of the handsome executive secretary are exactly what Abish needs to get a personal best.

If you are interested in joining the blog tour, please leave a comment with the date you’d like to post or contact Cedar Fort via email.

Mile 21 blog tour

Here is a brief description of the book:

“You have to be here. I can’t be on the premises without an owner or tenant present. Wouldn’t want to be accused of walking off with anything.” He looks around the kitchen. “Not that there’s anything here to tempt me.”

“You’re a jerk.”

Bob glances down at the photo again. “Will your husband be back soon?”

“He died a year ago. So, no.”

I gain immense satisfaction in seeing his cheeks darken a bit.

Abish Miller is a mess. But you might be too if you were a twenty-one-year-old widow with a dysfunctional family, an overpowering boss, and a torturous return to the singles’ scene. Training for the marathon she and her husband never got to run is about the only time she can forget about her problems.
But life won’t leave her alone. It throws Bob Hartley, a recently divorced young father, into her living room and then her ward. And when her irritation turns into attraction, she’s sure that it must be some sort of cosmic joke, especially when it seems he loathes her! Feeling like she just keeps hitting the wall, Abish must learn to push past her fears or she’ll never achieve her personal best.

Defined by sharp wit and an authentic voice, Mile 21 shows the despair of giving up on hope—and the joy of choosing it again.

Meet the Author:

Sarah Dunster is an award-winning poet and fiction writer. Her poems have appeared in Dialogue: Journal of Mormon Thought, Sunstone Magazine, and Segullah Magazine. She is a contributor to LDS arts blog A Motley Vision. Her first novel, “Lightning Tree,” was released in April of 2012. Her fiction has been described as fresh, character-driven, and outside the box of LDS literature. Sarah Dunster enjoys writing almost as much as she enjoys spending time with her seven children, age eleven and younger.

Mile 21 Blog Tour Schedule

Week One

  • Oct 8 –
  • Oct 9 –
  • Oct 10 –
  • Oct 11 – 
  • Oct 12 –

Week Two

  • Oct 13 – 
  • Oct 14 –
  • Oct 15 – 
  • Oct 16 –
  • Oct 17 –
  • Oct 18 – 
  • Oct 19 –

Week Three

  • Oct 20 – 
  • Oct 21 –
  • Oct 22 – 
  • Oct 23 –
  • Oct 24 –

3 thoughts on “Blog Tour: Mile 21

  • September 18, 2013 at 10:41 am
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    I can do an excerpt/blog tour post during the third week of the tour. Email me to discuss specifics.

  • September 20, 2013 at 12:39 pm
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    I can do a review or excerpt on October 11.
    Thanks,
    Katie
    snapdragon77(at)hotmail(dot)com

  • September 24, 2013 at 9:13 pm
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    I just finished it and would be happy to do a review the first week of the tour on whichever day you need someone.

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