A Veteran Environmental Writer & Novelist

Diana's Most Recent Work

The most recent novel penned by Diana M. Hawkins, is Shadows along the Zambezi, a romantic suspense story, in which a couple bound by their love and a fierce dedication to protect Zimbabwe’s elephants, find themselves fighting poachers, international ivory traffickers, kidnappers and corrupt government officials. This title has generated widespread international interest both in the United States and Canada and also abroad -- particularly in the United Kingdom, European Union, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Botswana, Australia, and New Zealand.

About The Author

Diana M. Hawkins is a former journalist and environmental writer based in Lawrenceville, Georgia. She seamlessly blends fiction and non-fiction into her work to produce enticing stories with important messages. Hawkins grew up in Zimbabwe, and started writing while still in grade school. After moving to the United States and graduating from journalism school in 1978, she reported for several Arizona newspapers. Later, she was employed for more than a decade as a senior writer with the US Wildlife Service before retiring in 2005. Since then, she has published a children's book, a memoir, a novel, and is currently working on a second novel.