Posted by: Jina Bacarr | May 24, 2011

Titanic Rhapsody sets sail on April 12

April 15, 2012 is the 100th Anniversary of the Titanic

Meet: KATIE O’REILLY in

“TITANIC RHAPSODY”

by Jina Bacarr

She boarded the Titanic as a saucy Irish maid…

 …and survived as the Countess of Marbury.

Katie O’Reilly is the story of an enterprising Irish lass who takes the place of the Countess of Marbury when the Titanic sinks–

And how a dashing gambler, a wealthy industrialist and a bet made between them changes her life.

Katie rises to the heights of New York Society–only to see it all threatened years later when her secret is revealed…

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  1. Very intriguing. I’ve always loved the story of the Titanic. Found your blog through the post you left on the branding workshop in RWA Univ. Can’t wait to see the finished story!

    Melanie

  2. Very intriguing. I’ve always loved the story of the Titanic. Found your blog through the post you left on the branding workshop in RWA Univ. Can’t wait to see the finished story!

    Melanie
    http://www.featherpenstartandreams.wordpress.com

    P.S.-tried to login with my wordpress account, no login field showed up.

    • Hi, Melanie,

      Thank you for stopping by!! Katie’s story is a lot of fun to write–she experiences a lot during the crossing, from forming deep friendships to falling in love. I’ll be posting as often as I can with info about the Titanic and how it applies to Katie’s story. There’s so much to tell…and with the centenary coming up, so much going on the world of Titanic, the ship of dreams!

      Jina

      PS–I’ll check into the login problem. Thanks for letting me know!


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