Michael and Elizabeth in A GREATER WORLD travel on a fictious ship, The Historic, between Liverpool and Sydney. I based it on the Ceramic - another ship sunk during World War 2. I chose the name Historic as all the ships of the White Star Line had names ending in IC, including of course the Titanic. I don't know why they never got round to Historic? The Ceramic was a single class ship, so I made the Historic that way too - a good way to ensure two people from different backgrounds would get to meet. No hanging off the prow with arms spread wide!
APRIL A to Z GIVEAWAY - win one of my novels
Leave a comment below today or after on any of of my A-Z posts on this Blog during April. On May 1st I'll pick FIVE lucky winners from all the comments (so the more often you leave a comment the greater your chance to win - maximum one comment per day). As I will be blogging about aspects of the books with quotes from them you will get a flavour of what they're about and how I write.
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