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A Titanic Mistake
     

A Titanic Mistake

by Stephen D. Sullivan
 

On her maiden voyage, the “unsinkable” Titanic struck an iceberg and plunged to the bottom of the Atlantic, taking 1500 souls with her. That tragedy occurred long ago, but Crimson’s life isn’t so linear. Our red-haired heroine awakes in a bloodstained stateroom and soon finds herself racing to save the doomed ship. But did an iceberg

Overview

On her maiden voyage, the “unsinkable” Titanic struck an iceberg and plunged to the bottom of the Atlantic, taking 1500 souls with her. That tragedy occurred long ago, but Crimson’s life isn’t so linear. Our red-haired heroine awakes in a bloodstained stateroom and soon finds herself racing to save the doomed ship. But did an iceberg sink the famed vessel ... or was it something more sinister?

Product Details

BN ID:
2940033171538
Publisher:
Stephen D. Sullivan
Publication date:
04/17/2012
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
1 MB

Meet the Author

Since 1980, as a writer, artist, and editor, I've worked on some of the best known and most influential properties in the world, including: Dungeons & Dragons, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Star Wars, The Simpsons, Middle Earth, Fantastic 4, Speed Racer, Thunderbirds, Dragonlance, Legend of the Five Rings, Iron Man, Darkwing Duck, Mage Knight, and many others.


I've written (and published) more than 50 books and numerous short stories. I've won the Origins Award, gaming's highest honor, for my fantasy fiction twice: first for "The Lion" (the final book in the original L5R series), and then for my Mage Knight short story, "Podo & The Magic Shield." I created, wrote, and colored (and sometimes drew) The Twilight Empire(tm) comic strip, which ran in Dragon magazine for more than 4 years. I can't even count (or remember) the number of comics and game projects I've worked on.


All that is nice, but what really matters to me is that my readers enjoy my stories and art. I hope that you will give my work a try, and if you enjoy it -- and I feel confident you will -- please mention me to your friends.


If you have questions or suggestions, you can contact me by writing to fanmail@stephendsullivan.com.


Thanks!

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