Agathe-Christine: Next Door Spy – Film Review

Disclaimer: I received this film for free from TriCoast Entertainment in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the film or the content of my review. Title: Agathe-Christine: Next Door Spy  Age: U Release Date: 16th June 2020 Director: Karla von Bengtson Genre: Family, Mystery Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐ (4/5 stars) About: Ten-year old Agathe-Christine or AC…

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So guys, today is the 10th June and not that many of you will know this, but it’s actually my birthday! Yayyy! Not going to lie, this is probably the weirdest birthday I’ve ever had. I haven’t seen my friends in nearly 3 months, I haven’t been able to go to my favourite food place….

Moseley Old Hall

Built: 1600 (original date unknown) Location: Wolverhampton WV10 7HY History: Moseley Old Hall is a historic Elizabethan timber-framed house that provided a hiding place for Charles II during his escape following the Battle of Worcester in 1651. When Charles was fleeing from Parliamentary troops after the Battle, he sought refuge at Moseley Hall. Visitors can see the bed…

Born of Fire and Flood by Bryce Allen – Book Review

Some of the links in this post are affliliate links. This means if you click on the link and purchase the item, I will receive an affiliate commission at no extra cost to you. All opinions remain my own. Title: Born of Fire and Flood (you can Buy on Amazon here) Author: Bryce Allen Genre: Fantasy,…

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Loving others is easy, but loving yourself is a lot harder… Have you ever laid on your bed and just thought to yourself, am I good enough? Self-love is never an easy job. When we do something below our expectations, we may sometimes fall into the anxiousness of not being good enough, judging ourselves harshly…

Wightwick Manor

Built: 1887 (extended in 1893) Location: Wolverhampton WV6 8EE History: Theodore Mander, a Wolverhampton paint manufacturer, and his Canadian wife Flora, commissioned Edward Ould to build Wightwick Manor in black and white ‘Old English’ style in 1887 (extended in 1893). They decorated it with Morris & Co. furnishings, Kempe stained glass and De Morgan tiles, but had more…

To Crown A King by Raedene Jeannette Melin – Book Review

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I don’t know about you, but some days—especially these days—I need a little bit of inspiration. That little push, that extra encouragement that I can do it and so can you. “Don’t let anyone speak for you, and don’t rely on others to fight for you” – Michelle Obama

Stokesay Castle – Castle Review

Built:  1285 Location: SY7 9AH History: Stokesay Castle is a remarkable survival, a fortified manor house which has hardly altered since the late 13th century. The house was built by Lawrence Ludlow, a leading wool merchant of his day, who created a comfortable residence combining an aesthetically pleasing design with some defensive capabilities. In doing so, he took…

Beyond the Moon by Catherine Taylor – Book Review

Some of the links in this post are affliliate links. This means if you click on the link and purchase the item, I will receive an affiliate commission at no extra cost to you. All opinions remain my own. Title: Beyond the Moon (you can Buy on Amazon here) Author: Catherine Taylor Genre: Historical, Romance Publisher:…

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A joyful life, lived in peaceful bliss, is the best existence we can hope to achieve. It’s the kind of life that produces positive vibes and feel-good energy, and encourages us to look to the future with high hopes. Pure joy might seem like a fleeting emotion, but even if you only feel it for a moment in…

Attingham Park

Built: 1785 (completed) Location: Shrewsbury SY4 4TP History: Attingham Park was designed by George Steuart, a follower of James Wyatt, whose only surviving country house this is. It was built from 1772 to 1785 for Noel Hill, 1st Baron Berwick, on the site of an earlier house called Tern Hall (which had been built to his own designs…