Ellen Hawkins was born in Ontario, Canada. In 1964 she set out to explore the world and the following year met and married Victor in Scotland. His work took them to Portugal, Switzerland and Chile before the posting to Indonesia. She currently lives in Santiago, Chile where several of he short stories appeared in "Friday's Fare", "In Transit" and "Perspectives", anthologies by Santiago Writers, of which she is a founding member.
by Ellen Hawkins
When an adventurous young Scottish couple sets out for Indonesia in the 1970's, their remit is to form a joint venture with a local Chinese family business. However, they soon discover they're totally unprepared for the climate, the culture and the Djinx, a playful, deadly demon who romps through the pages of this lively memoir causing everything to go awry.
Ellen Hawkins' tag cloud