1. WillK18

    New Author

    Hello, I am trying to write a new novel about this fictional third class couple named Tristy and Burnard. The novel will definitely have some fictional elements to it but I want the novel to be mostly accurate outside of a few exceptions like the characters and a few minor events. With that...
  2. F

    A British Story about an American girl

    A boy from 1912. A girl from 2012. 100 years between them on the same day. by Catherine Harriott Time Travel Book
  3. Ellie Stevenson

    The best Titanic music ever?

    I recently wrote a post for the Undercover Soundtrack on how music can inspire a novel (Ship of Haunts: the other Titanic story). On the site, authors talk about the particular music that has influenced their work. One of my tracks is Songe d'Automne - a particular arrangement by Rob Astor...
  4. Ellie Stevenson

    Ship of Haunts: the other Titanic story

    Hello everyone Ship of Haunts: the other Titanic story is a time-crossing ghost story about Titanic, child migration and life as a ghost under the sea. It's currently available FREE as an e-book on Amazon until Sunday (19 August 2012). Ship of Haunts: the other Titanic story...
  5. R

    Titanic novels with an all-historical cast?

    Have there been any Titanic novels that used an all-historical cast, no fictional characters at all? All it seems to be is a mix of historical and fictional ad nauseum.
  6. 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...
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    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...