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Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Author Interview – EW Taylor

7:30 AM Posted by James Noel No comments

What genre are you most comfortable writing? Children’s books.  I think there is a child inside all of us, just waiting to get out.  By writing books for children I can keep a little bit of my childhood imagination alive.

Do you intend to make writing a career? I would love to make a career out of writing.  I’ve already started doing this with the successful launch of my “Zoo Academy” series and hope to be lucky enough to continue doing what I love for as long as I can.

Have you ever had writer’s block? If so, what do you do about it? All the time.  I think that every writer does.  The important thing is not panic and not let the block get to you. Relax, take a bath, go for a long walk or just spend some time with your family.  Once your mind is relaxed go back to your writing and you’ll find the creativity and ideas come flooding back.

Can you share a little of your current work with us? My current work is the “Zoo Academy” series.  Every book tells a different story at the zoo and different animal characters.  Each of the animals is gifted and a specialist in one subject.  The children who read the books not only get carried away in the fantasy story but also learn a lot about different topics ranging from History to Art and Geography to Languages.  I’ve now published 3 books in the series and am currently writing and finalizing the next 3 in the series.

How did you come up with the title? “Zoo Academy” is a very simple title based on a simple premise.  Children love animals and visiting zoos and adults love when their children learn whilst also having fun.  The books are all about a magical place where the animals are the main teachers at the academy and the children learn in a fun and engaging way.

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Genre – Children’s Book

Rating – G

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