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Live Drawing for Pulaski Coin Keepsake June 18th




Look what we’ve got - a coin that has been sitting at the bottom of the ocean for almost two hundred years. Someone boarded The Pulaski that June morning with that coin. One Lucky Winner.


Be sure and order your Signed First Edition for an entry into the drawing.



LIVE DRAWING

Friday, June 18, 2021

3pm CST

The Alabama Booksmith

2626 19th Place South Birmingham, AL 35209

(205) 870-4242 | signedbooks@alabamabooksmith.com




In SURVIVING SAVANNAH, Patti Callahan has woven a sweeping, captivating tale; of a contemporary woman lost in a fog of grief who finds solace-- and finally, redemption as she uncovers the long-buried secrets of a nearly forgotten shipwreck—and the courageous women who survived to bear witness to history. Based in fact, steeped in heart-breaking detail, SURVIVING SAVANNAH raises the little-known, 180-year-old story of the Southern Titanic to the forefront of American historic fiction.

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When you buy your First Edition Signed Copy at The Alabama Booksmith you receive:

SPECIAL BONUS #1:


Every signed first edition comes with an entry to win a very valuable coin salvaged from the bottom of the Atlantic after almost 200 years.


SPECIAL BONUS #2:


Every signed first edition comes with an authentic SURVIVING SAVANNAH good luck coin minted just for publication.

(While supply last—hurry to get yours).



Both promotions are described in the video below:






SURVIVING SAVANNAH is a novel based on the true story and discovery of the Pulaski, a luxury steamship nicknamed "the Titanic of the South" that went down off the coast of North Carolina in 1838, taking one hundred and twenty eight of Savannah's elites with it. Evelyn Winthrop, a history professor in modern day Savannah, Georgia, is tasked with curating an exhibit of artifacts from the wreckage, and her research leads her to discover that a family of eleven all boarded the ship together, and were forced to make hard and terrible decisions when the ship began to sink.


This is a moving and powerful exploration of what women will do to endure in the face of tragedy, the role of fate, and the myriad ways we bear the unbearable. Order Your Copy Now.


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