Book 1: The Foundation is a sex work reference written to create a realistic awareness of the pitfalls and rewards of becoming an independent escort (and it works to answer questions for the curious public as well).
Start with the most fundamental consideration of all:
--Decide whether escort work suits your personality
--Maximize your personal appearance for commercial appeal
--Discover personal boundaries and how to maintain them
--Escort health and hygiene
--Get to know and love condoms
--How do you have sex on your period?
--Understand the limits of your personal energy
Common newbie questions are addressed; the ones that get asked, repeatedly, on public sex work or escort forums. While sugar babies generally don't want to think of themselves as professional escorts, they interact with their sugar daddies in much the same way and the safety concerns (and questions) are very similar.
Ultimately, safe and sane escort work leads to happier, healthier escorts. (And happy escorts make for happy clients.)
Written by an escort for escorts.
Amanda Brooks is an American author, escort and advocate.
Her escort work has spanned North America, Europe, Australia, and Asia. Amanda's career in sex work has encompassed stripping in upscale clubs, US brothel work, and domestic and international mid-range to high-end independent escort work. She's done almost everything on sex work bucket lists.
Her two award-winning books are "The Internet Escort's Handbook Book 1: The Foundation" (2006) and "Book 2: Advertising and Marketing" (2009). Her third book is newly released: "The Escort's Notebook: A Decade of Writing on Internet Sex Work".
Amanda has been a radio and TV guest on domestic and international programs; and in sex work documentaries. She's spoken on sex work for Duke University and as a guest speaker for various conferences.
She does not have any cats.