Did you know the first immigrant registered at Ellis Island in 1892 was Irish?
Annie Moore was her name and thereâ€™s a statue of the fifteen-year-old girl at Ellis Island.
I decided my heroine in Titanic Rhapsody, Katie Oâ€™Reilly, would board at Queenstown becauseâ€¦
Well, because Iâ€™m Irish.
Like every good Irish family, we had a priest and a nun among the siblings.
Stories from Titanic have always gathered the attention of people from over the world. Titanic Ireland
You're so right, Geralyn, about writing being more than writing. Linda is spot on with her observations about keeping active. Whatever works best for you, be consistent.
For me, it's Twitter and Titanic. I try to tweet several times a day about what's happening with the ship and the TV shows, etc. Follow me @jinabacarr for all the latest on Titanic!
Sounds exciting! Like Linda says in her recent post, there is a lot more to being a writer than just writing!
Thank you, Geralyn, for your nice comments! I appreciate it.
My life has been Titanic with writing blogs, researching and writing my novel–I'm doing a book video now…
Very interesting blog! You have definitely tapped into the heart of an intensely compelling piece of history. Kudos! Since I have started blogging on OCC again, I have also begun reading OCC's fascinating and informative blogs more avidly. And when I read yours, I could not help thinking, What a gem! An emerald, in fact!
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