11 Titanic Books That Will Make Your Jaw Drop

11 Titanic Books That Will Make Your Jaw Drop

It’s April 15, 2020.  On this day 108 years ago, Titanic sank at 2:20AM and took 1,496 lives with her.  Many people were on the ship to start a new life in America or just returning home.  The world was changed upon learning about this maritime disaster.  In the memory of those who have died, here are eleven books from historians, as well as Titanic survivors, that are really interesting recounts of the disaster.   image via amazon 1. a night to remember: the sinking of the titanic Not too many people heard the sound of Titanic hitting the iceberg, …

I Bet You Don’t Know These 19 Readable Titanic Facts!

I Bet You Don’t Know These 19 Readable Titanic Facts!

It is Titanic Week.  Today, April 10, 2020, marks the 108th anniversary of the maiden voyage and sinking of the RMS Titanic, the largest and most luxurious ship of its time.  Titanic left Southampton on April 10, 1912 at 12PM and would be stopping at Cherbourg by 4PM and Queenstown (now Cobh) at 8:10PM to pick up more passengers before heading out to the open ocean on April 11. 1,496 people died from the sinking of the Titanic, while only 727 survived.  Her sinking changed the way maritime organizations and ships operated. She was also the source for many books! …

Three Books About Aliens and #ThingsWeAreNeverMeantToKnow

Three Books About Aliens and #ThingsWeAreNeverMeantToKnow

Alright, so I don’t really think there’s stuff we’re not meant to know – vive la science! – but a lot of people were talking about aliens (and Monty Python – Twitter, never change), so here are some books about aliens to start knowing some things. Maybe. The truth is out there! Cinder – Marissa Meyer This is a great start for anyone who likes their sci-fi light and lush, with enough cyborgs, psychics, and space travel to satisfy more die-hard fans. Set in futuristic Beijing, this well wrought fairy tale retelling features plague, sisterhood, and a robot who’ll be …

‘Avengers: Endgame’ Out-Earns ‘Titanic,’ James Cameron Congratulates Marvel

‘Avengers: Endgame’ Out-Earns ‘Titanic,’ James Cameron Congratulates Marvel

Avengers: Endgame has smashed box office records since its debut, and hasn’t stopped since. One of the film’s most significant accomplishments was passing $2 billion in global box office revenue in two short weeks. It now joins the same high-earning club as Avengers: Infinity War, Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Titanic, and Avatar.   Image Via VR & fUN   James Cameron directed these latter two films, previously the two highest-grossing movies of all time. When Endgame crossed the $2 billion mark, it broke Cameron’s monopoly on the top two spots to become the second-highest-grossing film of all time. It is now …