Misha Herwin

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Misha Herwin lives in a house with a dragon in the garden and a very demanding cat. She has a husband and grown up children and has been writing stories and plays for as long as she can remember. Her first play was staged in a theatre made from a cardboard box, but things have improved since then and she has had plays and musicals produced in schools and by theatre-in-education groups in the UK and in Jamaica.

Her Dragonfire trilogy for 8-12 year olds is out on Kindle. Her short stories for adults have appeared in The Alchemy Press Book of Ancient Wonders, The Yellow Room and Voices of Angels.

She loves fantasy and creating alternative worlds, which are closely related to the one we live in. When she’s not writing, she runs creative writing groups in schools and libraries and working with local museums on drama projects. She is also involved in setting up a fringe literary festival.

 

Picking Up The Pieces. Penkhull Press

Liz, Bernie and Elsa have been friends since their days at St. Cecelia’s school. Their lives took very different paths but they all have found happiness in their own fashion. Liz is an independent career woman; Bernie a good Catholic mum with four sons and Elsa is supported by her wealthy ex-husband. Then, in the space of a few short weeks, everything they have taken for granted is swept away. Money, jobs and partners are all gone.

 

House of Shadows. Penkhull Press

Jo Docherty stood and looked at the wedding ring on the black granite worktop. It would be so easy to leave it there and go. Desperate to have a child of her own, haunted by a girl in a blue dress, her only hope of saving her marriage is to go back to the place where it all began.

 

 

 

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3 Responses to Misha Herwin

  1. Deb says:

    Would love some to know when, where and what age group misha runs her creative writing classes. Thanks

    • alchemypress says:

      Misha says: “I run creative writing classes in schools. I work with secondary and primary groups and am available throughout the year. Whenever anyone has the funds for a workshop. The workshops themselves can last a whole day and take in a number of different age groups, or a whole morning for one year and an afternoon for another. I am very flexible.” Please check out one of Misha’s blogs: http://misha-herwin-writer.blogspot.co.uk/

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