Writing with terrific inventiveness and creativity, Hutchinson's tales of opening and running her B&B draw you in as they display a lighthearted feel for human nature and the foibles that we all share.
When a twice-divorced, sixty-something woman whose sole source of income was writing steamy romance novels decided to make a change in her life, she had no idea what she would soon face. Despite never having stayed in a bed and breakfast, and knowing absolutely nothing about running a B&B, she jumped right in. Strange people, some from nearby and some from halfway around the world, arrived at her home with their stories and their struggles, not to mention their baggage (psychological and otherwise).
In Blue Collar B&B, author Bobby Hutchinson tells magnificently entertaining tales of her foray into operating a bed and breakfast. She turned her home into a friendly oasis for travelers, at the same time maintaining her friendships with a cast of neighborhood characters who provide a constant mix of laughter and consternation.
Each chapter of Blue Collar B&B is a great tale, peppered with humor, a little tragedy, and many life lessons. Writing with terrific inventiveness and creativity, Hutchinson effortlessly displays a lighthearted feel for human nature and the foibles that we all share.
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Bobby Hutchinson runs a busy B&B in Sparwood, B.C., Canada. In her spare time she writes books, shamelessly harvesting stories from agreeable guests. She has more than forty-five published romance novels and is always working on a dozen more. She lives alone, works out at Curves, walks a lot, meditates, asks her grandkids for advice, and welcomes guests. Her current challenge is applying the concept, When you change the way you look at a thing, the thing you look at changes.
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Book Description Langdon Street Press (a division of Hillcrest Publishing Group, Inc.), 2009. Paperback. Book Condition: Used: Good. Bookseller Inventory # SONG1934938696