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But rather than dwelling on what she doesn’t have Helen, who lives in south London with her GP husband Chris Browne, has used it as inspiration for her first novel Losing It. “It’s about saying, ‘This is what I’m about now at this phase of my life’.” Lowering her voice in the coffee shop we’re sitting in she adds: “And it’s about wanting sex again.” Helen explains that while working on the first draft of the novel last year she took a week out to go on a yoga retreat in Ibiza.
It documents the hilarious adventures of 50-something Millie, who’s in debt, has agreed to lose a huge amount of weight to promote a new diet product and whose sex life needs a boost. “We were doing yoga outside as the sun came up, there were frogs mating, a bit of drumming and music.
The only incentive is money - mostly on the part of Snoop Dogg and his record label.
There is some dubstep going on in America already, with artists such as Starkey, based in Philadelphia.
If he's interested in the music and creating something new, that's fair enough; but why doesn't he just produce his own dubstep song?
“Roger and I met, married and divorced in under two years,” she says. Within six months I’d lured him away to south London which didn’t make me popular in his small town.” As well as being a supportive husband Chris has a good relationship with Hannah, now 24, who did an English and drama degree and is now travelling in Thailand.He's excellent and original, producing a very different sound to the wobbly dubstep made famous by Benga and Skream.