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Friday Finds

History: Fact and Fiction ~ Friday Finds plus Book Blogger Hop

Hello Avid Readers, Today is Friday so it’s time for another Friday Finds post. I have found some great reviews around the blogosphere that I want to share with you this week. I am enjoying being part of the weekly  Book Blogger Hop meme too, hosted by Billy @ Ramblings of a Coffee Addict, so […]

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Pagan Life

The Heritage Under Our Feet

Hello My Lovelies, My friend, fellow pagan and author Anna Franklin, brought this amazing article from The Guardian to my attention via her Facebook page. Always one to share things of interest – especially when it’s related to history, archaeology, paganism or witchcraft – I thought I’d pass it on as I know some of […]

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Lifestyle

Devon fields could have been prehistoric camp and Romano-British roundhouse

archaeologicalnews: After a dig launched to culminate years of theorizing by Howard Jones, a local archaeologist and former Royal Marine whose suspicions were strengthened by Google Maps, archaeologists are about to compile their findings from a set of four riverside fields near Plymouth which could have been part of one of Devon’s oldest settlements. A […]

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Lifestyle

The Perilous life of a pier!

A fire has erupted at Eastbourne Pier after one of the arcade buildings caught light at the popular seaside resort. Six fire engines and 60 firefighters are at the scene battling the blaze after police evacuated scores of tourists and beachgoers from the attraction. Five lifeboats have also been launched amid reports some people may […]

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Reviews

Review: The House of the Wulfings by J.P. Reedman

Flora reviews… Today, I’m sharing my thoughts about The House of the Wulfings by J.P. Reedman. A fantasy tale of Robin Hood. (https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/20925651-the-house-of-the-wulfings)   …So what’s this book about?   This is a short story (25 pages) set in the Anglo-Saxon period of British history about Robin Hood. Our story takes place sometime after Robin […]

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