To Save the Titanic From Disaster II is the fantastical tale of the Titanic II, scheduled for completion in South Africa in 2001, and how it is averted from meeting the same fate as its predecessor by a young girl and a beautiful princess.
Frank Senauth was born in Guyana, South America. As a teen he had two wishes: one was to write and the other to travel. His first wish came true in 1959 when he was able to venture out to London, England, where he worked and studied. In 1973 he felt that Canada held better prospects for him and he subsequently immigrated to Winnipeg, Canada. He worked at several jobs until he was able to start his own real estate business. In 1986 he retired from the business, and decided to pursue the second wish of his boyhood dream. Having the leisure and the means to pursue a writing career, he took up several creative writing courses in children's and adult literature in Canada and the United States. He had no idea that it would have taken him ten long years' of hard work and dedication to bring his creative writing to life, making the second wish of his boyhood dream nearer to reality. He really wanted to write to entertain his audience, and make them feel that they were part of the story. He felt without an audience there would be no story to tell. Senauth feels that creative writing has changed somewhat throughout the years, and that he has learnt to write for an audience rather than himself. After many years of developing his prose, he felt ready to take on the world with his fascinating writing. His first idea for a novel was A Wish To Die -- A Will To Live, published in the United Kingdom in October 1997. The author lives in Winnipeg with his wife Maria and teenage son Anthony. The author hopes that you'll enjoy reading his work, as much as he has enjoyed writing for you, the wonderful public, because without you there would be no one to write for. Also by Frank Senauth: A Cry For Help: The Fantastic Adventures of Elian Gonzales A Day of Terror: The Sagas of 11th September 2001 A Wish to Die - A Will to Live The Command (Segments of the War in Iraq 2003) Cold Days of the Snipers