Helen Fielding

Helen Fielding is a British author and screenwriter, best known for creating the character Bridget Jones and writing the accompanying series, which began with the novel 'Bridget Jones's Diary' in 1996. The success of the book led to its adaptation into a hit film series starring Renée Zellweger. Fielding's work is characterized by its humor and sharp observations of modern women's lives.


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  1. 1. Bridget Jones's Diary

    The book is a humorous and honest portrayal of a single woman's life in London. The protagonist, a 30-something year old woman, struggles with her weight, smoking, and alcohol consumption, all while trying to navigate her love life and career. The story is told through her personal diary entries, which include her daily calorie counts, number of cigarettes smoked, and other personal anecdotes. It's a modern take on romantic relationships and self-improvement, with a healthy dose of comedy.

    The 741st Greatest Book of All Time