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The long journey to The Little French Guesthouse

On the publication date of this brilliant novel, I couldn’t resist reblogging this from the author’s blog giving an insight into the history of it! Many thanks to Helen Pollard for giving me permission to do so.

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With the release date for The Little French Guesthouse less than a fortnight away, I found myself thinking about its long journey to publication.  I started to write a long, rambling post about it and then thought, crikey, that will take forever and nobody’s going to want to read it! So here it is in a quick(ish) nutshell:

Sometime in the mid-2000s:     I get the idea for an opening scene to a humorous chick-lit novel in my head. I’m not writing at this point in my life (young family and job = no time and too tired) so in my head is where it stays.

DSC_7835_cm (Dreaming with Book)Summer 2009:     On holiday in France, we stay in a gite in an outbuilding to the main house where the owners live. I feel a pull as I leave, as though I belong there – which I know is ridiculous. But the…

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3 comments on “The long journey to The Little French Guesthouse

  1. Helen Pollard
    April 28, 2016

    Thank you for the re-blog! 🙂


    • bicted
      May 2, 2016

      My pleasure! Thanks for giving me permission to do so – couldn’t resist asking after reading and loving the novel, then reading the back story behind it!

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  2. Pingback: Review: Return to the Little French Guesthouse by Helen Pollard | splashesintobooks

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