Bill Blower's first novel is a chilling story of revenge and sabotage against the builders of the Titanic that goes horribly wrong, resulting in the terrible tragedy that claimed the lives of 1500 innocent...
2:20 A.M. April 15, 1912. 1500 people perished in an iconic nightmare that would perplex the world for generations. How was it that the unsinkable Titanic, carrying 1320 passengers and a crew of 892, sank in freezing waters after hitting an iceberg three hours earlier - especially when the technology of Titanic was such that she could have easily avoided the impact with the iceberg? Was this a bizarre accident or the unfolding of a sinister plot to undermine the success of White Star Lines' feature attraction? For over one hundred years, the secret lay hidden in Titanic's bowels at the bottom of the North Atlantic. Only now does a story of conspiracy and revenge surface. It was an age of ruthless, wealthy barons who ran roughshod over anyone or anything that stood in their way - including the most brilliant inventor of the era - Nikola Tesla. Perhaps the world will finally know what may have happened that fateful night that held Titanic hostage on her maiden voyage.
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A few weeks ago we went on our first chartered cruise, a Country Western Music event arranged by StarVista. The cruise line was Holland America, and the ship was the Westerdam. The trip started in Fort Lauderdale FL. But before we get into the trip details, a little background. My sister Liz and her Husband […]
For the next several blogs, I’m going to drift away from the Titanic a bit and talk about a more modern sea going phenomenon, cruise ships. Titanic was an ocean liner. One of a class of ships meant to get passengers and packages across a large body of water quickly. Cruise ships certainly move us […]
Andrews ran from his room. He took the stairs two at a time, rushed along the portside railing, and burst into the bridge control room to find the helmsman, Robert Hitchens, spinning the wheel from side to side with no effect on the ship. Unknown to them, the mechanism under the deck had been ripped apart […]
Dangerous Betrayal Episode 3: Chapter 2 April 14, 1912—11:35 PM, Aboard Titanic Back in his room, Thomas Andrews was exhausted and angry. Would he ever be freed from the interference of Ismay? From the first day he was introduced to J. Bruce Ismay five years earlier, he had been forced to put up with his […]
Titanic Survey Results: Thanks to everyone who contributed to these Titanic Survey Results. I asked people in Titanic Facebook groups to reply to the following: I’d like to do a mini survey of my fellow Titanic aficionados. What is it about the Titanic, almost 104 years later, which continues to attract people? I speak to groups […]
Chapter 1, April 15, 1912 Dangerous Betrayal Episode 2, One a.m. Viko peered through his binoculars at the stationary ship. He watched as panic took over, as they fired flares into the clear night sky. He went into the wireless room and put on the Marconi headphones. In the stillness of the room he listened […]
Dangerous Betrayal Episode 1: Chapter 1, April 14, 1912 Viko’s tension subsided as the full realization of his conquest seeped through his body. He thought back over the events of the past few hours and weeks, of how everything had fallen into place. When the ice pack forced Captain Stanley Lord to stop the Californian […]
Titanic Captain Remembered Further to my previous comments regarding, Titanic Captain – The Life Of Edward John Smith, by G. J. Cooper. Once again, I highly recommend the book to any serious Titanic aficionado. I was confused and distracted continually throughout the book as Cooper alternated between ‘E. J. Smith’ and ‘Ted Smith’. Whereas ‘Ted’ […]
Publishing And Lemonade Stands Publishing and Lemonade Stands; is there a difference? Did ya ever set up a lemonade stand by the side of the road on a hot day? You had this great idea to earn some money. An old cardboard box was carefully cut up and a few signs were made. Mom helped […]
Titanic Captain I just finished reading, Titanic Captain – The Life Of Edward John Smith, by G. J. Cooper. I highly recommend it to any serious Titanic aficionado. In Titanic Captain, Mr. Cooper presents his meticulously researched investigation of E. J. Smith’s life and his many accomplishments. Cooper’s work is presented in a well-written, didactic format. […]