Up Close & Personal: Helen Sloane’s Diary 2 What Helen Did Next

By Jeff Lucas

The insightful, sometimes painful and often hilarious antics and musings of Helen Sloane, as she struggles to find love, battles with grief and juggles life as a social worker and member of New Wave Christian Fellowship at Frenton-on-Sea.

The insightful, sometimes painful and often hilarious antics and musings of Helen Sloane, as she struggles to find love, battles with grief and juggles life as a social worker and member of New Wave Christian Fellowship at Frenton-on-Sea. ‘The odds are against me writing anything that might win a Nobel Prize for Literature. Perhaps tomorrow.’ Enter Helen Sloane and her diary; this is the hilarious second novel from the very popular Jeff Lucas. Battling with relationships, men and her career, Helen is coming to terms with the death of her father, whilst trying to live out her Christian life and help find a new pastor for their church. Corruption, chaos, passion, laughter, tears and thought-provoking lines are the ingredients of this page-turning read. Click here to read a sample chapter

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The insightful, sometimes painful and often hilarious antics and musings of Helen Sloane, as she struggles to find love, battles with grief and juggles life as a social worker and member of New Wave Christian Fellowship at Frenton-on-Sea. ‘The odds are against me writing anything that might win a Nobel Prize for Literature. Perhaps tomorrow.’ Enter Helen Sloane and her diary; this is the hilarious second novel from the very popular Jeff Lucas. Battling with relationships, men and her career, Helen is coming to terms with the death of her father, whilst trying to live out her Christian life and help find a new pastor for their church. Corruption, chaos, passion, laughter, tears and thought-provoking lines are the ingredients of this page-turning read. Click here to read a sample chapter

Weight 0.24 kg
Dimensions 19.8 x 13 cm
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