Corona: Masters of Our Lives or Servants to Fate?

Overview

In the summer of 1998 the Phoenix, a research vessel out of Woods Hole, disappeared while investigating an oceanic phenomenon. Like so many sea-faring vessels and aircraft, it had simply vanished. What actually happened remained a mystery...until a young boy fished a log book out of the ocean in 1958. What he would read would set in motion a time loop that would affect the present as well as the past, and force us to ask ourselves - are we masters of our own lives, or servants ...
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Overview

In the summer of 1998 the Phoenix, a research vessel out of Woods Hole, disappeared while investigating an oceanic phenomenon. Like so many sea-faring vessels and aircraft, it had simply vanished. What actually happened remained a mystery...until a young boy fished a log book out of the ocean in 1958. What he would read would set in motion a time loop that would affect the present as well as the past, and force us to ask ourselves - are we masters of our own lives, or servants to fate?
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781478170228
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 7/20/2012
  • Pages: 180
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.38 (d)

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About the Author:
Bud Hovestadt is the author of four articles dealing with the Titanic and her sister ships: Discovery of a Legend (Scale Ship Modeler), Adding R/C to Minicraft's Titanic (Scale Ship Modeler), Building Titanic's Forgotten Sisters (Part One, Olympic) (Scale Ship Modeler), Building Titanic's Forgotten Sisters (Part Two, Britannic) (Scale Ship Modeler). His interest in Titanic dates back to his early childhood, and he eventually became a member of the Titanic Historical Society in 1989. Bud's models have won many awards at model shows through the years and now his diorama of the Titanic wreck resides in the Jacksonville Maritime Museum in Jacksonville, Florida. He feels the time has come to exercise his writing ability in taking the Titanic disaster in a direction that has never been explored before. He lives in Ocoee, Florida, where he works as an Auto Technician.

About the Co-Author:
Andrea Cothern is the author of two novels. The first, Ruby Sun, is currently available as an ebook at museituppublishing.com and amazon.com. Its sequel, Sapphire Moon, will be available through the same publishers late 2012. In her spare time she enjoys painting, crafting, reading, writing, and spending time with her husband, Jason, and their daughter Madison. She currently lives in Orlando, Florida.

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