and take the advice that Amanda is providing. This book has vital
information you will need to know.
The Internet Escort's Handbook is a delightful, well thought-out look at modern-day escorting. Author Amanda Brooks has taken up the task of addressing every question about physical and mental health that a woman could ask before she becomes a sex worker who advertises through the Internet. --$pread Magazine
Brooks has written the Handbook in a conversational style that is highly appealing; a style, one might add, that is difficult to implement effectively. The authorial tone used throughout is chatty, yet astute, and informative, without being dull. --Electronic Journal of Human Sexuality
In the same way a secretary is provided with an office manual and a writer has a writer's guide for reference, Amanda Brooks has brought to the market an intelligent, one-of-a-kind book that any woman working as an escort should not do without. --FemmeVIP.com
From the Back Cover
-- Ms. Lisa, Founder of EscortSupport.com, the largest community andresource site for professional escorts on the Internet
The first reference series of its kind...
If you've ever wondered what it's like to be an escort or haveconsidered working as an escort, then you've probably wondered things like:
Is this something I should be doing?
Do I need to look like porn star to make money?
What will clients expect from me?
What are my real health risks?
These questions are just a few of the many issues discussed in thisgroundbreaking book. Read the Table of Contents for a detailedoverview.
Every woman considering an adult entertainment career should buy thisbook and take the advice that Amanda is providing. This book has vitalinformation you will need to know. It's a perfect companion to read with mybook, Working: My Life as Prostitute. Mandatory reading!
-- Dolores French, author of Working: My Life as aProstitute
Amanda Brooks may be the closest to an American Geisha we will ever see;the cultivation of what is beautiful in human interaction transcends eventhe author's exceptions, I think. The book was designed to educate, informand improve the lives of Internet escorts, but it is clear, there is no manor woman who could not benefit from the wisdom of this book...This shouldbe required reading for every woman and man who has ever wondered about thewhy's and how's of the opposite sex...I may have learned as much aboutwomen and my relation to them in the first fifty pages of this book as Ilearned in my first forty years of life.The Handbook's online Resources. -- Brent Kenton Jordan, author of Stripped