The floods that have hit Louisiana during 2016 have been devastating. And while the most recent floods in August were concentrated in the East Baton Rouge-Livingston-Ascension areas, others earlier in the year struck other parts of the state.
One family learned on Facebook of their home in Baton Rouge not only flooding, but burning when water got into the home’s electrical system—while they were vacationing in Texas.
I plan to publish a book about the widespread destruction inflicted on thousands of homeowners and businesses in Louisiana. Included in our book will be accounts of the difficulties of overcoming the burdensome red tape of the FEMA bureaucracy, local and state building codes, slow-paying insurance companies, and any other problems encountered with the floods and their aftermaths.
We want stories and photos about rescues (humans and pets), property losses, and any other events associated with the flooding.
Those whose stories and/or photos are used will receive complimentary signed copies of the book.
One-half of all net profits will be given to flood relief.
Please email your stories and/or photos to:
or mail to:
P.O. Box 922
Denham Springs, LA. 70727