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Second Titanic Authors’ Virtual Conference

Saturday, October 9, 2021

For the second time, avid readers and collectors of books focusing on the Titanic will be able to interact with the authors, live, during a fan-requested, Virtual Conference, announces Mary Kellogg, Titanic Museum Attraction’s President/CCO and Co-Owner.

Among the books and authors featured in this free private forum are:

  • 10am – EST
  • The Two Pennies – by Susie Milar
    The Two Pennies tells the true story of the Millar family in the lead up to Titanic’s maiden voyage in 1912. It is a unique insight into how the tragedy affected ordinary lives, in particular those of Thomas Millar’s two sons. The story continues to describe the aftermath of Titanic’s sinking, using the voices of several different characters.
    Order The Two Pennies
  • 11am – EST
  • For the Sake of the Children – by Joan Adler
    In 2007 a file of letters between University of Heidelberg roommates and lifelong friends, Otto Frank and Nathan Straus Jr., was found in the archives of YIVO: The Institute for Jewish Research. The letters revealed for the first time that Otto Frank, diarist Anne’s father, tried desperately to get his family out of war torn Holland in 1941, fifteen months before they went into hiding in the now famous attic at Prinsengracht 263, Amsterdam.
    Order For the Sake of the Children
  • Noon – EST
  • Diving Into the Deep – by Lowell Lytle
    A young man rejects fame and fortune for a life of Christian service and experiences the heights and depths of swashbuckling adventure over and under the high seas. A gripping true story of risk and spiritual quest that takes him 2 ½ miles beneath the North Atlantic to Titanic’s resting site.
    Order Diving Into the Deep
  • 1pm – EST
  • Titanic Behind the Scenes – by Campbell Cloar
    As an Original Crew Member at Titanic Museum Attraction in Pigeon Forge, TN, I enjoy bringing the Titanic to life for our visitors. I especially enjoy the children. Brimming with excitement and ready to embrace the experience with open arms, they often surprise and delight all of us with their unique perspectives. Much of Titanic Behind the Scenes is devoted to the fresh perspectives of these amazing children.
    Order Titanic Behind the Scenes
  • 2pm – EST
  • My Autistic X-Factor – Brynjar Karl
    Brynjar Karl is a 10-year old boy with autism. His dream is to build a replica of his favorite ship, the Titanic, out of LEGO bricks, stretching 6.33 meters in length. This task takes him on an amazing journey where he has to overcome various obstacles. He gets his grandfather and mother involved to help him. With belief, a supportive team and determination, Brynjar finally reaches his dream goal and eventually much more than he had expected.
    Order My Autistic X-Factor



The Titanic Authors’ Virtual Live Tours are presented live through a private, closed Facebook Group. A Facebook account is THE ONLY WAY to access this conference. You must prove your email address is associated with your Facebook account upon registration to gain entry into the group.

Register now to be part of the Second Titanic Museum Attraction Virtual Authors’ Conference!

Titanic Authors’ Virtual Conference Registration
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For more information, please contact us at 800-381-7670.

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It’s Big Pink Ribbon Time

Titanic Museum Attraction to Be Awash in Pink During Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October.

For the 7th straight year the Titanic Museum Attraction’s Branson ship and docking area will have an illuminated, all-pink makeover to call attention to the global community’s Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign, announces Mary Kellogg, Museum Attraction’s President/COO and Co-Owner.

According to the American Cancer Society, approximately 268,600 new cases of invasive breast cancer in women were diagnosed in 2019. Awareness, early detection, preventative measures and quality treatment are key to the cure.

“Once again our big, 16ft, pink bow, the internationally recognized symbol for Breast Cancer Awareness Month, will grace the side of our Branson ship. A large pink facemask will cover the ship’s bow and 46 pink flamingos will stand in honor of the 46 passengers who survived Titanic but were later claimed by cancer, 7 from breast cancer,” Kellogg says.

Every 2 minutes a woman is diagnosed with breast cancer. Every 13 minutes a woman dies of it. This month, as it has for the past seven years, the Titanic Museum Attraction is taking action to help lower those numbers and give breast cancer the “Pink Slip!”

Reservation required as many days sold out. Book early.

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For more information, please contact us at 800-381-7670.

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