Truth. That’s it. That, for me, is the number one responsibility of the writing an historical novel. It’s a little odd, I know, because by writing a novel, a fiction, an author makes up things. And certainly in The Titanic Plan I made up plenty of things. But I was rather obsessed in my responsibility to … Continue reading


SPECIAL NOTE:  I would love to hear your comments, feedback, questions, or rants.  Include them in the comment section of this blog or e-mail them to mb@thetitanicplan.com . Friends and readers, So — How does a relatively unknown author who’s written a terrific book (see the reviews at Amazon.com) get people to: 1) Buy it 2) Read … Continue reading