Hotel story ideas: how to enjoy “Seven Hotel Stories”, how to find stories 8-12, and where to find a free Hotel Story.
‘Where can I find out more about your paperback “Seven Hotel Stories”, featuring the world’s most homicidal hotel manager, Ms N, and her beautiful but naive ally, Tatiana?’ someone asked me the other day.
‘Try my blog,’ I said.
‘Sure,’ she said. ‘But can you be more specific?’
I took a look and realised I didn’t have a proper guide to how to read the “Hotel Stories” anywhere.
Clicking on the image above will take you to Amazon
Apologies. The key thing is that you can read the first seven “Hotel Stories” in the book shown above (just click on the picture). In addition, I have written a few additional stories that you can read individually. These are entitled Sausages, Total Control, Chateau d’Yquem, Mr Smith Sees Red, and The Latest Thing.
Five Hotel Story ideas
So how should you read the Hotel Stories? Here are five suggestions:
(i) if you would like to know more about the Hotel Stories, try reading one free (links in bold italics are to other posts on this site);
(ii) if you like that, take a look at the first batch of stories, collected in Seven Hotel Stories;
(iii) if you’re still not convinced, explore other posts about the Hotel Stories on this site. You can find them all at the Hotel Stories category;
(iv) if you would like to read Sausages, Total Control, Chateau d’Yquem, Mr Smith Sees Red or The Latest Thing you can find them on Amazon as individual e-books (you may have to scroll down a bit);
(v) if you have read and enjoyed Seven Hotel Stories, please review them on Amazon – positively or negatively, as you see fit. Reviews on Amazon are helpful as they show what real readers think;
(vi) finally, if you enjoy fresh, original writing, feel free to sign up for my weekly newsletter (you can unsubscribe anytime you wish).
Or something completely different
If you want something completely different, I recommend my Berlin thriller, Blood Summit. Again, if you have read it already, a review would be most welcome.