Darryl’s Diary
– or: Life on the Edge at a Gay Guest House
in Southtrend-On-Sea.

 

CHAPTER 1
Giving up work and buying a hovel.
 
CHAPTER 11
The family from hell and the illegals.
 
CHAPTER 21
The borstal boys do a runner.
 
CHAPTER 2
My undertaker friends help me move.
 
CHAPTER 12
Tristan and Julian's nudist art weekend.
 
CHAPTER 22
The film company go broke and leave me a wrecked building and no money.
 
CHAPTER 3
The neighbours and the 1st guest.
 
CHAPTER 13
Full for a nightmare bank holiday.
 
CHAPTER 23
The local hoteliers want to start a gay social group.

 
CHAPTER 4
Meeting Tristan and Julian.
 
CHAPTER 14
The gay girls who run the rest home.
 
CHAPTER 24
End of season, no business but some novel ways of reducing the bills.
 
CHAPTER 5
Environmental health man pays a visit.
 
CHAPTER 15
The smoking ban and computer dating.
 
CHAPTER 25
The local college wants to rent conference rooms.
 
CHAPTER 6
Fighting off the advances of the lads.
 
CHAPTER 16
Julian and Tristan try a S+M weekend.
 
CHAPTER 26
Camel farming in Scotland.
 
CHAPTER 7
Discovering the local clubs and bars.
 
CHAPTER 17
Raymond thinks of putting in a stair lift.
 
CHAPTER 27
Meeting the famous author and Pedro in Blackpool.
 
CHAPTER 8
Doing up the place - just.
 
CHAPTER 18
The chance of renting to a film crew.
 
CHAPTER 28
A very nasty accident.
 
CHAPTER 9
A break to see Pride in Blackpool.
 
CHAPTER 19
Gregory retired RAF and his advice.
 
 
CHAPTER 10
Coming home with a new friend.
 
CHAPTER 20
The whole street wants to meet the film guys, looking for starring roles.
 
 

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