My favourite podcasts! πŸŽ§πŸ’™

I like to listen to podcasts, regularly! And it came to my attention that a few people may need a few new podcasts to listen too! πŸ˜€ so here’s my podcast playlists and why they’re my favourites. DBBloggerxoxo’s fave podcasts; I’ll start from the bottom and work my way up! πŸ˜€ Rippercast; I have an […]

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Short Historical facts with me, Charlotte πŸ‘©πŸ»β€πŸ’»

fact no.23 “Remember remember the Fifth of November, Gunpowder, Treason and Plot” . With November 5th slowly approaching everyone will be going out buying theirΒ fireworksΒ and sparklers to celebrate the evening. A lot of people even going as far as setting up their own bonfires in their back gardens and throwing on a stuffed, dressed up […]

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Book review; The King’s Curse, by Philippa GregoryπŸ“š

Book reviewing time! A historical novel, once again. Surely you expect nothing else from me ;)? Enjoy! ❀ Blurb; Margaret Pole spends her young life struggling to free her brother, arrested as a child, from the Tower of London. The Tower – symbol of the Tudor usurpation of her family’s throne – haunts Margaret’s dreams […]

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Short Historical facts with me, Charlotte πŸ‘©πŸ»β€πŸ’»

fact no.22 Happy Halloween!!! Ever wondered where it comes from, Halloween? Yes? READ ON TO KNOW MORE!Β  Halloween dates back to the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain. The night of Halloween, October 31st, celebrated Samhain! This was when people believed that ghosts of the dead would return to earth and cause trouble plus, damaging crops. […]

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October monthly favourites! πŸ“Œ

October monthly favourites is in full swing, lets do this! Hope you’ve had a good month guys ❀ Gifts; These two gifts were from my family. I recently moved to live with Paul up in Hartlepool (BIG YAY) and my family got me the two most awesome gifts ever! I love elephants, so my nan […]

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Short Historical facts with me, Charlotte πŸ‘©πŸ»β€πŸ’»

fact no.21 On this day, 480 years ago, Henry VIII’s third wife Jane Seymour dies in Hampton court palace, not long after the birth of their new born son Edward VI. Jane was taken to her chamber to birth the king son on 16th September 1537, where she then went into labour on 9th or […]

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