You loves a girl who can do martial arts? I know I do; so, when a book comes along that has a strong female protagonist, I get excited and that is exactly what I have found in Emma Taylor's new book "The Teenage Defender." Don't let the title fool you because this book is not only for young adults but also those up in their years. Now, get to know the book and meet Emma in her author interview.
Twitter is: @emmalini@333 (Emma Jayne Taylor)
Instagram is: ejtaylorbooks
I currently live in Wiltshire, which is where most of the family has settled. Over the years, I discovered the "energy" side of life. I found that meditation blended quite well with the arts.
There was a time when I shared a flat with a friend, and I noticed that our general pattern of life was to go to work, then upon return, we would watch television or search for things on the internet. I recognised this daily pattern and wanted to add something creative to my time. I recalled that a stranger once told me that I would write many books, but at the time, I couldn't imagine having that ability! It was at this point that I instinctively decided to try my hand at writing.
After completing one Young Adult story, I sent it to a publisher who really enjoyed it. This was published and has been available in 25 countries since 2009.
I decided to have a go with several other book ideas. These were all published, or self-published.
To my amazement, I have my own collection of books with different genres. I have written several books now. All of these can be found on my website: www.ejtbooks.com