1. Libby Godfrey

    Errors in Titanic Fiction

    When I first gained an interest in the Titanic, I was somewhat younger and less observant of historical accuracy, so I tended not to notice if a work of fiction contained a historical error. At the time, I just read as many books featuring the Titanic as I could. However, now that I'm older, as...
  2. R

    My first novel - 'Timewreck Titanic'

    Hello all Time-travel novels relating to the Titanic seem to be all the rage lately (Marlene Dotterer's excellent 'Shipbuilder' comes to mind), so I hope that no-one minds if I also try and carve out a space for myself here. I recently self-published an e-novel entitled 'Timewreck Titanic'...
  3. R

    Why is most Titanic fiction so bad & what I am doing about it

    Why is most Titanic fiction so bad & what I am doing about it Why is most Titanic fiction in print so bad? The only novel I ever enjoyed related to it was Clive Cussler's famous "what if" Raise The Titanic! I disliked B. Bainbridge's Every Man For Himself as too predictable and too blah and...
  4. J

    The Titanic Secret by Jack Steel (Fiction, Mar 2012) The Titanic Secret (9781451679229): Jack Steel: Books Saw this at my local B&N. It was on the New Fiction table. I didn't buy it, but I did take note of the haunting cover photo.
  5. J

    The House of Velvet and Glass (New Historical Fiction)

    Hi all, I'd like to share a bit the new novel by Katherine Howe, called The House of Velvet and Glass. Katherine is the author of The Physick Book of Deliverance Dane, which was a New York Times bestseller in 2009. Howe is known both for attention to historical detail and for compelling and...
  6. D


    Does anyone believe this book, written by Morgan Robertson to be a premonition of the Titanic disaster? I believe that Its very possible,that this book foretold of the disaster, of course some people probably would'nt have believed such a story, And if they had read the book, they unlikely would...