When Misha Herwin asked me to take part in her blog tour for Shadows on the Grass I was more than delighted.
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. It covers an awful lot of ground, not merely in time and space but also in the political and social issues. And if that were not enough to keep me on the edge of your seat Misha also slides a time-slip element into the mix, which raises the tensions beyond the usual family saga.
With all that in mind I posed a few questions for Misha to enlarge upon.
JE: Tell us a little about yourself.
MH: I’m Misha Herwin and I write books for adults and for children. I’ve also written plays, which have been performed professionally, as well as in schools, and had a number of short stories published in various anthologies in the UK and US; including The Way to My Heart, Voices of Angels, The Darkest Midnight in December, The Yellow Room and Bitch Lit, among others. Continue reading