Shadows on the Grass came out as an e-book in January and after the first flurry of excitement, there’s time now to sit back and reflect on the whole process. This book has taken many, many years to write. Not because I am a slow writer, quite the opposite in fact, but because it started out life in a very different form. Back in the day I was interested in writing historical novels, I was also, at more or less the same time, researching my family history.
My parents came to England after WW2 and settled in a country that was totally foreign to them. Because at that time Poland was behind the Iron Curtain they had very little contact with any of their relatives and neither did we. Curious to know more about my family background I began asking questions and listening to the stories my mother told about her childhood.
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