The Elephants' Child

Amusing, poignant and enthralling, The Elephants' Child is a novella set in Bombay (now Mumbai) India, in 1954. This is a story that captures the wonders of India as seen through the eyes of a six-year-old English girl as she struggles to find love and friendship. More

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About M L Eaton

Retired from legal practice and semi-retired from holistic therapy - although she still teaches Reiki and other workshops - Marion lives close to the sea in the beautiful East Sussex countryside with a long-suffering husband, a lazy saluki and an urge to write into the small hours.

I’ve wanted to write for as long as I can remember. But Life intervened and I only managed to complete my first novel when I was over sixty.
My first career – as a lawyer – began in the nineteen seventies when there were very few women in the legal profession of England and Wales, and the dice tended to be loaded against them! My first small office on Romney Marsh eventually extended until, after a number of changes, amalgamations and growth it evolved into one of the top 100 legal firms in England and Wales.
My second career – in complementary health – began in 1994 when I qualified as a professional aromatherapist and also became a Usui Reiki Master Teacher. Over the years I have taught Reiki to hundreds of students. With my husband, also a lawyer, I ran a complementary health clinic in the Old Town of Hastings, East Sussex for several years.
All forms of holistic health interest me but it is energy healing, in all its various facets and forms, which I find most fascinating and from which I can never quite retire.

About the Series: Faraway Lands
Heartwarming, funny and poignant tales of the bonds and differences between races and cultures. This series follows the travels of a young English girl in the 1950s, and shows how she finds fascination, love and friendship in unexpected places.

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