Saturday, April 1, 2017


  New Old Louisville Book
  Coming Out
  

"For anyone who has ever thought about
  running a bed & breakfast, Operatic Divas
  and Naked Irishman: An Innkeeper's
  Tale by Nancy Hinchliff 
offers a hilarious birds-eye view behind the Victorian curtains.  With mouth-watering recipes woven throughout, the author shows just how much you can do with a little daring tenacity in the face of a lonely retirement." -Katharine Hollister, Beatdom Books. 


This new book was written in Old Louisville, Kentucky about one of the neighborhood’s former bed and breakfast inns:  the Aleksander House.  In 1994 at the age of 64 and with no business experience and little start-up money, Nancy Hinchliff buys a turn-of-the-century mansion at 1213 S. First St. and turns it into a charming bed and breakfast.  Through her collected stories, Hinchliff gives readers a personal, in-depth, and honest look at what it’s like to be an innkeeper and still keep your sense of humor.  It will be available June 6 but can be pre-ordered at Amazon.  After June 6, look for it at Carmichael’s and other outlets.

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