Monthly Archives: April 2016

Clap if you WANT to believe in fairies

If you’re human, fiction is a big deal to you. Clap if you WANT to believe in: Tinkerbell, dragons, time travel, space ships, ghosts, lost cities, the holy grail, mystical serendipity, numinous ene… Source: Clap if you WANT to believe in … Continue reading

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THE MORNING AFTER

APRIL 16th 1912 – the ‘after-math’ TOTAL NUMBER OF PASSENGERS – 2,223 SURVIVORS – 706 VICTIMS – 1,517 Of the 53 children who perished… 52 were from steerage (3rd. class) Odd words… Source: THE MORNING AFTER

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BOOK LAUNCH

NOW LAUNCHED! – on the 104th anniversary of the ‘unsinkable’ Titanic –  ‘THE UNTHINKABLE SHOES’ by V. KNOX – – a TITANIC-inspired novel of Literary Fiction / Magical Realism / and Paranormal Romanc… Source: BOOK LAUNCH

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SAVE OUR SOULS

A 104 YEAR-OLD MESSAGE IN A BOTTLE   Countdown, 24 hours –  April 13th, 1912 ten minutes to midnight – a mountain of ice lurking in the waters of the North Atlantic, awaits the Titanic, steami… Source: SAVE OUR SOULS

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TITANIC – THE ‘LAST SUPPER’

EXCERPT from ‘THE UNTHINKABLE SHOES’  [ In the morning I’m feverish. A lovely egg breakfast means nothing. My shoes wait for me, daring me to accept their torture. I will put them on later because … Source: TITANIC – THE … Continue reading

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CASTLES IN THE SAND

Reincarnation with a twist of fate. Two children on the Titanic, destined to marry, are torn apart when five-year-old Finn Cleary perishes on April 15, 1912. Now Finn must remain earthbound as a gi… Source: CASTLES IN THE SAND

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SPIRITED AWAY

Five-year-old Finn Cleary, an irrepressible passenger on Titanic, has tough shoes to fill, trying to compete with his older brother, but his death delivers a tougher quest. Finding Finn’s lost shoe… Source: SPIRITED AWAY

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TITANIC’S FLOTSAM

“The ocean is strewn with a litter of woodwork, chairs, and bodies.” – from the diary of a crewman aboard the Mackay-Bennett, a body recovery vessel – April 21, 1912. One hundred and four years tod… Source: TITANIC’S FLOTSAM

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A STACKED DECK

Definition of a ‘stacked deck’ : to arrange things against someone or something. Not enough lifeboats meant the lives of 1,500 men, teenage boys, and women and children traveling steerage, were dow… Source: A STACKED DECK

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TITANIC’S ‘BELOW-STAIRS-WARE’

Things in a museum are more than artifacts. Behind each human relic is the ghost of a life. Plain, solid, cafeteria china for passengers in THIRD CLASS, otherwise known as ‘TRAVELING STEERAGE – AS … Source: TITANIC’S ‘BELOW-STAIRS-WARE’

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