Author Archives: phylburton
It’s the first week in March, and I’m sitting at my desk which is situated in front of our study window, and watching the leafless trees swaying around in an enervating breeze. The snow has now gone, and the birds … Continue reading
We hear a lot nowadays about “ICE”. What exactly does the word mean and why is it so important in our lives? ICE: Water in the solid state, is formed by freezing liquid water You can eat a portion of ice cream You can break the ice You can cut … Continue reading
I have always loved reading and writing down my thoughts. I also love writing the thoughts of the characters in my stories. The world is not only ‘my oyster’ as the saying goes, but… Source: Do you love … Continue reading
AN INTERVIEW WITH SARAH WENHAM When I first thought about the subject of my next book, my mind was filled with questions. Who is the main character in this story? What will happen to her? I had the bare bones … Continue reading
Medieval Castle, Tollymore Forest Park, Northern Ireland Source: Medieval Castle, Tollymore Forest Park, Northern Ireland
Fourth April Blog Poppy Harvest. The fields lie fallow, with brown bare earth, Seed of the corn has been sown. With April droplets and bright sunshine, New shoots will show, wind-blown. Green tops … Source: Fourth April Blog.