I have probably raved one about my trip to England just a TAD too many times!!!! As soon as I arrived in London it TOTES felt surreal!!!!! I was there but felt like a million things were going through my mind. I had FINALLLLY reaches my DREAM DESTINATION!!!!!! 😍😍😍😍😍😍 I loved everything about that countryContinue reading “EMMALISA’S TRAVELS IN ENGLAND – JULY 2018”
INTRODUCTION What Is Historical Fiction? I thought I would first show the definition of Historical Fiction to pinpoint what we are looking at exactly. Historical, adj. 1. Of, relating to, or of the character of history. 2. Based on or concerned with events in history. Fiction, n. 4.a. A literary work whose content is producedContinue reading “Historical Fiction Writing with Universal Class – with City of Joondalup – Whitfords Library”
After Meghan Markle said her vows and wowed the enormous crowds with her pristine and classic and totally immaculate white wedding dress She was then declared the Duchess of Sussex.
With Prince Harry and American actress Meghan Markle’s wedding approaching this May, royal weddings and love stories are on everyone’s mind. This love for the royal family is nothing new though. For decades the public has come to admire what royal weddings embody around the world, especially when it involves an unlikely couple getting together forContinue reading “Royal Love Stories”
The Duchess of Cambridge, Catherine Middleton made her first appearance after the recent exciting news of Prince Harry and Ms. Meghan Markle’s royal engagement news.
1. Culture The most fascinating and interesting country that it is, it is the country with the most richest history. It has a very ethnically mixed population and is influenced by it’s history of Victorian times, Edwardian times, the Regency Period, the middle ages, the Tudor Period, and other periods like the Anglo-Saxona and RomanContinue reading “10 Beautiful Reasons why we can’t help but fall in love with Britain”
Recently I have been talking and collaborating with my very good friend, (a novelist and history enthusiast), an intelligent, studious and amicable lady who strives for greatness in her writing, Gabrielle Emmons. We have been talking a lot about writing in general and I came up with the idea of her doing a guest postContinue reading ““How to start writing your novel” – with writer, Gabrielle Emmons”
This title is the first Chapter of “The Way to St. Werburgh’s”, and oh! Is it just the perfect title. “It was 1819, perhaps a year of destiny. George III’s long reign was drawing to a close; his granddaughter Victoria was born, later to be one of the greatest rulers of the British empire; andContinue reading “Oh, to be in England!”
Buckingham Palace recently paid tribute to the modern day Princess of Wales, Diana Spencer at the time of the 20th anniversary of her death parallel to some exhibition of gifts to the Queen. The Royal Collection Trust announced the exhibition which was held in the palace’s Music Room, which is usually the location of royalContinue reading “A Tribute to Diana “Princess of Wales” 20 years on…”
Yesterday (today in Australia) we celebrated the fourth birthday of Prince George Alexander Louis, born on the 22nd of July 2013 at St Mary’s Hospital in London. Once again we’ve been spoilt with a new official portrait of Prince George, released by The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge themselves, to mark His Royal Highness’s fourthContinue reading “Royal Life Magazine celebrates Prince George’s 4th birthday”