How not to run the same Hotel

by Harry Pope


ISBN: 9781849899536
  • Word Count11,296
  • Page Count38
  • IllustrationsNone

The second in the series,‘You remember Harry Pope telling you in his previous book How Not to Run A Hotel? In this latest book, he gives you more advice. Did you know that interior designers have the letter Q in their name, and also wear designer scarves? No, neither did Harry until he received a call from out of the blue from his Californian business partner telling him that one had been hired to re-design the ground floor of the hotel. Live the experience with Harry and Pam as they deal with revolting staff, groups of walkers and Rotarians, and present the staff with a list entitled ‘What Annoys Me.’ A long list indeed. Be with them as their dream dies, and laugh with them in adversity.’

About the Author

Harry Pope started writing in the 1980s for London Weekend Television for their Who do You Do impressionist show, as well as Weekending for Radio Four, and then decided that the day job as a funeral director paid more when  the boss came calling with a promotion. He only returned to writing in 2003, and has written magazine articles, material for minor comedians, and regular (non paid) articles for the Peterborough column in the Daily Mail. He has twice been chairman of his local writers’ circle and is still very active writing in the Eastbourne area. He is a grandfather of three young ladies, and has been married to Pam for almost 38 years. This has been a success mainly because she laughs at his jokes in company as if she hasn’t heard them before.