Titanic Experience, saying goodbye to Northern Ireland, and Bru na Boinne

Wow, what can I say about the Titanic Experience! Very moving. Of course, I like my friend and fellow critique mate, Marlene Dotterer’s version of the story in her SF/F Shipbuilder: The Time Travel Journals better as Thomas Andrews, the principle architect manages to implement more safety features, and he lives!

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Had beautiful, sunny skies leaving Northern Ireland.

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Then i was on my way to Bru na Bionne (also known as Newgrange and Knowth)- in The Keepers of Eire , my killer places the bodies of his victims at the Entrance Stone

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I lodged in Trim, near Trim Castle. Here is an artist’s rendering of the castle.

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1 Comment

July 22, 2014 · 10:45 am

One response to “Titanic Experience, saying goodbye to Northern Ireland, and Bru na Boinne

  1. I imagine it’s hard to leave Ireland, but you know that we are all anxiously awaiting your return. You should be able to tell us exciting stories for months to come.

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