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A book that bares the facts and foibles of operating an Early American Inn while simultaneously answering the question: HOW TO BE HOSPITABLE WHEN THE GUESTS KEEP GETTING IN THE WAY! A unique New Hampshire innkeeper faces challenges from all sides as he does business in a 175-year old building with a parade of unconventional guests and staff. The book is filled with humorous and often unbelievable anecdotes.
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Mary Lou Fuller studied Creative Writing and has an Associates Degree in Industrial Psychology which prepared her for a career in personnel work which she pursued until her marriage to an innkeeper in 1963 She learned innkeeping by-doing as an apprentice to her husband. She has written from these first-hand experiences. Fuller lives in Rochester, New Hampshire and has two grown children.Review:
"The straight dope on running a country inn as reported by the innkeeper's wife" (Yankee Magazine March 1998)
"...the author recounts their experiences in an entertaining style and tempers each traumatic moment with more than a modicum of humor..." -- New Hampshire Sunday News February 1998
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Book Description Kalm Pub, 1997. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0965789403
Book Description Kalm Pub, 1997. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110965789403