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I’m the author of  Two for Joy, available now, and blog A Life More OrdinaryOther than writing, I spend my time looking after my 5 year-old daughter, reading, cooking, eating, exploring London (and further afield whenever I get the chance), and trying to improve my homemaking and gardening skills – all of which topics come up fairly often in my blog and on my website.

I was born and brought up in Liverpool, went to university in Oxford, and now live in Walthamstow, East London with my husband and daughter. My second novel, To Have and to Hold, will be published on 18 June 2014.

I hope you enjoy browsing round -do let me know if you have any feedback or ideas for content.

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  1. Well done Helen, I am really looking forward to reading your book x

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  2. Lovely picture! Website looking fab x

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  3. Hi! Just to let you know I have nominated your lovely blog for a Liebster award! You don’t have to participate, it is up to you. To find out more, see my blog page: http://makemydaycreative.wordpress.com/2013/05/28/liebster-award/

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  4. Carol Blakeborough

    Hi Helen,
    I’ve pre-ordered your book from Waterstones, so looking forward to reading it

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  5. Hi Helen, hope the book launch has gone well. Looking forward to reading Two For Joy

    Sue

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  6. Hi there, just stumbled on your blog by a succession of web browsing twists & turns – and I’m delighted! I love your posts, your graphics and your book sounds fab. Massive congrats on the publication…you must be floating on cloud nine now (with a sore hand from all that signing and hopefully a sore head from lots of celebratory champagne?!) :-)

    I also read English at Oxford and am a fellow bibliophile…I’ve signed up for your email alerts so look forward to reading more of your posts and to reading your book…

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    • helenlouisechandler

      Thank you – so glad you’ve enjoyed the blog. I did have a fab launch day (and, in fact, weekend) so Monday morning did come as a bit of a shock today!

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  7. Hi Helen, Good luck with the book. I used to work with your Mum, so made sure I purchased a couple of copies for the library service. Just started reading it. Already an interest among staff. Will let you know how we get on. Perhaps get you up to Knowsley for an ‘author’ event! Best wishes, Frank

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    • helenlouisechandler

      Hi Frank, thanks for getting in touch. Would love to hear how ‘Two for Joy’ gets on, and am always up for author events! All the best, Helen

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  8. Hi I really love two for joy especially as it is set in the place I grew up – wanstead I even drank in the cuckfield as a teenager and then further on u mention a Matthew edgington which was my maiden name!! A bizzare coincidence or did u find some reference to the surname in and around the area? If a coincidence it is certainly comforting returning to long forgotten places
    Tracey x

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