Book Title: Storykeeper
Author Name: Daniel A. Smith
Book Synopsis: “A vivid epic” (Kirkus Reviews) based on historic documents, this award-winning novel is told from the perspective of the ancient people of the Mississippi River Valley who survived America's deadliest invasion. Hernando De Soto and 350 Spanish conquistadors arrived in 1541. A century later, empowered by a dream and against the taboos of her tribe of survivors, Manaha fights to keep alive the stories of their decimated and abandoned homeland. “Will both intrigue and entertain” (Writer’s Digest Self-Published eBook Awards).
Author Bio: Daniel A. Smith is currently working on the second novel in his “Nine-Rivers Valley” series. The books are set in the beginnings of excepted written history in America, during a little-known but pivotal and tragic time. Daniel traveled America performing in 45 states and 5 provinces of Canada, as an engineer mixing the sound for concerts, festivals and rallies manipulating the scene to entertain and inform, while observing all manner of large gatherings. He prefers now to live, roam, and write in Arkansas with his life-long friend and wife.