Saltwater and Driftwood: A Historical Novel

· Silver Dawn Publishing
4 reviews

About this ebook

The tragic story of The Great Storm in Galveston, Texas in 1900 comes to life once more.

The year is 1900, Galveston flourishes in the Gilded Age. It hails as the pride of Texas exports.

On the morning of September 8th, 1900, the hopes and dreams of Galvestonians will come to a tragic halt. In a time before storms were named, The Great Storm of Galveston, Texas has all but become a legend.

Through the eyes of Clara and the Gladys family, the past comes alive with love and hope, sorrow and tragedy. A historical novel that encompasses the scope of the storm, and the people affected by it.

A chilling re-telling of the day when mother nature would bring an island to the floor of the Gulf waters. A triumph of human spirit, and a testament to the great people who rose up amidst tragedy to rebuild against all odds.

Ratings and reviews

4 reviews
Marty Mills
October 28, 2022
Great story. Sometimes things didn't track well. And there are mistakes. But it is a wonderful way to bring history to life.
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Anna J Walner is an International Bestseller, a Barnes and Noble Bestseller, and an Bestseller. She is also a multi-award winning Author, a public speaker, Publisher, and Executive Producer of The Author Library Network. She has been featured in File 770, The Nerd Daily, NBC Radio, 104.1 KRBE Radio, and on the cover of Books and Buzz Magazine.

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