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Beyond tips, Tomsky has packed his book with outrageous anecdotes about guests…[and] the hotel staff too…. Tomsky has only worked at hotels in New Orleans and New York, so readers may wonder if his tips will work anywhere else.
The kid writes like a dream. Heads in Beds is hilarious, literate, canny, indignant and kind—revealing an author who manages somehow to be both a total hustler and a complete humanitarian. I love this book. Keep an eye on this writer. Heads in Beds is a hilarious, informative, and naughty peek at what really happens behind the glitz and glamour of the hotel experience.
Not content with dispensing advice on how to get a better room or avoiding the vengeful wrath of bellhops, maids, doormen, and front-desk clerks, Tomsky also spins a touching yarn on how he kept his dignity and humanity intact while dealing with insufferable guests, Expedia wannabes, predatory hotel managers, conniving coworkers, and the occasional pervert.
But the real revelation here is Jacob Tomsky, whose writing combines presidential suite talent with rack-rate, smoking-room, vending-machine-down-the-hall edge. He wants your respect, not your adulation…. Indeed, it would be easy to pen a book about crazy hotel guests.
But this memoir succeeds, instead, in humanizing the people who park our cars, clean our hotel rooms, and carry our luggage. You will never not tip housekeeping or your bellhop again. Tomsky fell into hotel work and proved to be rather good at it; the same can be said for his writing. Tomsky is a solid storyteller who is able to intricately detail all the insanity surrounding him. A very fun, entertaining read.
It is incredibly relatable, not only for a consumer, but also for anyone who has worked in a public-oriented service industry. If this book is any indication, writing will be his next calling. Tomsky proves to be a smart writer. He lets the reader see him at his smarmy, smooth-operating best and his filthy, fed-up worst. And the book includes lots of tips, like how to eat and drink everything in your minibar for free, how to get extra amenities, and all of the things a hotel guest should never say to a front desk agent.
Join Reader Rewards and earn your way to a free book! Join Reader Rewards and earn points when you download this book from your favorite retailer. But Mr. Tomsky turns out to be an effervescent writer, with enough snark to make his stories sharp-edged but without the self-promoting smugness that sinks so many memoirs Heads in Beds embraces the full, novelistic breadth of hotel experience It's the sort of equivalent of WebMD for hypochondriacs: You know you're learning way more than is good for you, but you just can't stop reading.
Tomsky, who may be an even better writer than a hotelier and he's a damn good hotelier has worked every job and every shift; he takes us into the bowels sometimes literally of the hotel business, with all the pomp and circumstance, the hidden filth, and the fears and aspirations and secrets of guests and staff alike.
His sharp-witted, candid new book, Heads in Beds, demystifies the world of high-end hospitality Coarse, smart and wickedly funny, the author delivers hilarious caricatures of the hotel guests and colleagues he has encountered over the years Tightly written and laced with delicious insider tips. Free movies. Late checkouts. Jacob Tomsky promises readers the keys to the hotel industry kingdom in his tell-all book, Heads in Beds.
The one-time philosophy major has spent more than a decade working in the industry and, like room service, he delivers the goods Beyond tips, Tomsky has packed his book with outrageous anecdotes about guests