April 2012 marked one hundred years since the sinking of the fabled R.M.S. Titanic. While many events took place worldwide to celebrate and remember this moment in time, a noted historian from South Florida intended to bring back elements of the grand ship herself to share with everyone. This is the tale of the creation of both a legendary liner and a man who has devoted almost his entire life in preserving her memory for future generations.
Sixty-eight years after the sinking of the R.M.S. Titanic, a young boy would learn about the lost liner while spending the day with his grandfather. This is the story of that day and the collection of memorabilia which would be amassed over the years, the unbreakable bond between a grandfather and grandson joined together by the interest in the "unsinkable" ship.
As authors, we all find our starting points within our craft. These are the earliest collections of William Brower, written between 1986 and 1994.