Emma Batten author of Historical Fiction set on Kent’s Romney Marsh.
After moving to the area in the year 2000, I became fascinated by the evolution and history of the area. This led me to wonder about the people who used to live here and so my first novel was created. I have now written four historical novels. It is important to me that the local and historical details are accurate, as well as creating an engaging and memorable read.
As well as writing novels, I have recently started working for Cinque Ports Publications and am actively involved in Marsh Ink Writers’ Group, where I am the Chairperson and am fortunate to gain a huge amount of support from members.
All four novels – Secrets of the Shingle, A Place Called Hope, What The Monk Didn’t See and But First Maintain the Wall are now available on Kindle, Kindle Unlimited and as paperback novels.
The paperbacks are for sale in the Romney Marsh Visitor Centre ( New Romney), Lathe Barn (Burmarsh) and the Avocet Tearooms (Rye Harbour) by clicking on the links below or if you live locally please contact me through this website as I can offer the best price. Prices below include postage.