Tammy Gross


Tammy Gross is a musician turned writer who loves history, true stories and cinematic narrative. To date every completed screenplay she’s entered into competitions has won awards.

While always working on the next screenplay, Tammy plans to turn all of her finished scripts into novels under the Reel Novels imprint.

And of course it’s her dream to see these scripts filmed on the silver screen. Distribution of these books ensures a greater likelihood of that reality.

Because scripts require ongoing “development,” and of course it may one day be turned into an actual movie, this book represents only an early version of the story. Please see more info on the last page re: Reel Novels to learn how you can always have the latest version of this or any other story under the Reel Novels imprint!
To see Tammy’s film credits to date, visit her IMDb page at: IMDb.me/tammygross

Where to find Tammy Gross online

Where to buy in print


The Treasure Galleons - The Golden Pelican
You set the price! Words: 34,730. Language: English. Published: July 22, 2015. Categories: Fiction » Adventure » Sea adventures, Fiction » Historical » General
In the Age of Sail, a captain’s son is left to confront pirates, cannibals and an angry king after a hurricane devastates his family and their fleet carrying $400 million in treasure. A true story.

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Smashwords book reviews by Tammy Gross

  • Saturation on May 24, 2011

    The story is compelling and the writing is very good. There are technical issues with fonts (at least on the Kindle version) and it could benefit from a little more proofreading. It's hard to rate the book as a whole because while it's a definite page turner, the reader is left with a conflicting message of who the real victim(s) is(are) of alcoholism. As a daughter of an alcoholic, I am disappointed in the conclusions drawn about how a parent's nightmarish journey through alcoholism affects loved ones. I was left with a hollow feeling of lessons not fully learned, and in a way, this comes across as a memoir Part I.