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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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4.05 avg rating — 1,777 ratings — published 2016 — 3 editions
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Holding Back

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Well, this post shows how behind I am (or perhaps that I had other things to post about recently).  Anyway, after enjoying a rare day of sunshine last week – such a lovely change from what has felt like permanent rain and wind – I thought it was high time I posted a few photos of my holiday last September (See? I told you I was behind!) to remind us that better times (weather-wise, anyway) are...

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Return to the Little French Guesthouse by Helen Pollard
"Charming and entertaining

I enjoyed this book.. its shows one that makes lemonade when life gives you lemons.. and the reward for doing good by others and taking a chance in yourself mixed with romance "
Return to the Little French Guesthouse by Helen Pollard
"Nice easy read, well developed characters. "
Return to the Little French Guesthouse by Helen Pollard
"Gorgeous book with characters you can fall in love with and relate to. I'd recommend that you read 'The Little French Guesthouse' before this one so you can get to know all the characters properly."
Return to the Little French Guesthouse by Helen Pollard
"This book was just as much fun as the first one. I hope the author writes more stories about the little French guesthouse as there are stories there yet to be told. It is such a lovely place to visit, and a great escape from the doldrums of a long..." 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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