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How Not to Run a B&B: a Woman’s True Memoir
This feel-good memoir won the ONE BOOK, ONE KOOTENAY Library contest for best book of 2014.
“The cast of characters includes eccentric neighbours, potential lovers, devoted friends, unusual guests, and the delightfully hard-working but engagingly self-deprecating narrator/author herself.”
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Bobby Hutchinson was born in a coal-mining town in the Canadian Rockies, where she grew up reading and listening to her mom and dad tell outrageous stories. She wrote her first novel, Sheltering Bridges, at the age of 45, and it took her a year because she didn’t know how to type, or how to write romance, either.
She learned, however, and that first book sold to Harlequin Superromance. Drunk with instant success, she immediately (well, over a period of many years) became a bonafide romance writer and wrote and sold 50 more romances while marrying and divorcing several times.
Bobby now lives in her hometown of Sparwood, B.C., and is a foster-grandmother to two spoiled rabbits.
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