March 21, 2021 by Christina Nixon

The small, beautiful village Goathland has attracted visitors since the 19th century but its popularity grew after it became the filming location for the TV series “Heartbeat” (the village was named ‘Aidensfield’) and the “Harry Potter” movies (‘Hogsmeade’).

March 14, 2021 by Christina Nixon

Inspired by a legend, Robin Hood’s Bay village has a specific fairytale appeal. Located five miles south of Whitby and 15 miles north of Scarborough, the small fishing village is a true gem of the Yorkshire Coastline.

March 7, 2021 by Christina Nixon

Exploring The City Of York

The first thing you notice when exploring the City of York is that it is full of historic buildings and magic!

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“Written In Blood” by Chris Carter – Book Review

From the Number One Sunday Times international bestselling author – Chris Carter – comes another breathtaking crime novel featuring Robert Hunter, a Criminal Behavior Psychologist Homicide Detective. “Written In Blood” was released in July and it quickly received well-deserved praise and positive reviews and it is easy to see why. …

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NAVI – Demisec Records Owner & Songwriter Talks About The Music Industry

“If music is the soundtrack to life, I write for drama / toxic magic love / stormy breakups, white nights and messy mornings.” NAVI is a songwriter, music artists and owner of her own recording studio – Demisec Records, from Bucharest. She has one debut album – “Songbird” and a …

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The Pin-Up Girls – A Brief History

The portraits of flirtatious, seductive, innocent and independent women became an icon during the early 20th century and continued well into the late 90s. The Pin-Up girls were pictured as versions of beautiful, attractive women meant to boost soldiers’morale during World War I and WWII. The Pin-Up genre gave rise …