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Helen Pollard

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As a child, Helen had a vivid imagination fuelled by her love of reading, so she started to create her own stories in a notebook.

She still prefers fictional worlds to real life, believes characterisation is the key to a successful book, and enjoys infusing her writing with humour and heart.

Helen is a member of the Romantic Novelists' Association and The Society of Authors.

You can find her online at:

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Helen Pollard Creating a whole new world in my head and seeing where my imagination takes me.
Helen Pollard Hello Ria - Yes, we used to go camping every summer when the children were younger, mainly to Normandy, Brittany or the Loire region, and then later…moreHello Ria - Yes, we used to go camping every summer when the children were younger, mainly to Normandy, Brittany or the Loire region, and then later we changed to self-catering in gites. My inspiration for Emmy's story really came in the form of the opening scene - how would someone feel if they caught their boyfriend with an older rather than a younger woman? One of the places we stayed one summer seemed the perfect base for an imaginary setting, and it all just developed from there.(less)
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"Warm and funny

This is not my usual type of book. I'm more into murder & mayhem. I don't even remember why I bought the book, but I'm really glad that I did. It is full of warmth & sunshine and many really great characters. We join Emmy on..." Read more of this review »
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“Thank you for choosing to read The Little French Guesthouse. I hope you enjoyed Emmy’s journey to France and self-discovery as much as I did! If you were as sorry as I was to reach The End and you are wondering what will happen between Emmy and Alain, you will be pleased to know that a sequel is on the way!”
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