You all know that April 15, 2012 was one hundred years since the sinking of the Titanic. But did you also know this: In 1898, which was 14 years before the Titanic’s demise, author Morgan Robertson (1861–1915) published a novel called Futility. It was about the largest, most luxurious passenger ship the world had ever seen. It didn’t have enough lifeboats for everyone on board. It was deemed unsinkable. During its maiden voyage, it hit an iceberg on a frigid April night. It sank. What did Morgan Robertson name his ship? The Titan.
How’s that for creepy and bizarre? So be careful what you write; it just might come true a decade or so later…
Do you think what you’re writing right now could possibly come true in your lifetime? Would you want it to?
Have a wonderful weekend, Zigzaggers!!!
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TO ALL OF YOU INCREDIBLE MOMS!!!