Storykeeper

Winner of the 2013 BEST INDIE BOOK AWARD, Storykeeper is an epic adventure, based on the translations of historic sixteenth-century Spanish documents from the expedition of Hernando De Soto. However, it is told from the perspective of the Native American people of the lower Mississippi River Valley, who lived through and survived America’s deadliest invasion. More

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Words: 86,810
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301206285
About Daniel A Smith

Daniel A. Smith is currently working on the second novel of his “Nine-Rivers Valley” series set in the 16th and 17th centuries a little-known but important period of America’s earliest history. Daniel has traveled across all 48 continental states and five provinces of Canada as a sound engineer, working behind the scenes to entertain, inform, and observe all manner of audiences, but he prefers to live, roam, and write in Arkansas with his life-long friend and wife.

Smith began his artistic career, providing sound engineering and design services for all types of events from outdoor music festivals, concerts, and political rallies to lectures. A parcel list of celebrities Smith worked with includes numerous dignitaries such as Presidents: Ronald Reagan, George H. Bush, William Jefferson Clinton, and George W. Bush, also Bob Hope, Colin Powell, Paul Harvey, Martha Stewart, and Dr. Ruth, and wide variety of entertainers, including, Kris Kristofferson, Alice Cooper, Dolly Parton, Steve Martin, Allman Brothers Band, Jimmy Buffet, Barbara Mandrell, Ray Charles, Rebra McEntire, Dizzy Gillespie, Iron Butterfly, Dave Brubeck Quartet and Willie Nelson.

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