Amanda Brooks has always been drawn to the adult industry. During her last year of college, she began cocktailing at a top Dallas gentlemen’s club. Six months later, she advanced to stripping, dancing her way around the major clubs in Dallas and Las Vegas.
Although based in Dallas, she worked in over 15 major US cities during the first half of her escort career. She retired from escort work for four years to work on a book for escorts. That book turned into a series of four; two published, one currently being written, one still waiting to be born.
The idea for her series — The Internet Escort’s Handbook — was born only a few months after she began escort work. The general lack of reliable information led her to believe a reference about escort work would help others create and maintain a healthy and productive business. They would no longer need to learn the hard way!
The series covers ways to promote and market an independent escort business online as well as methods to maintaining a healthy personal life while escorting. The handbooks have crossover appeal, as more people want to learn the “behind-the scenes” life of an Internet escort told in a bold, frank and approachable manner.
Amanda has since appeared on The O’Reilly Factor and CNBC’s The Business of High End Prostitution, and other notable media appearances. She is a well-known sex work advocate and writer, having contributing to $pread Magazine, Desiree Alliance and Sex Workers Without Borders.
A native Texan, she holds a Bachelor’s Degree with a double major in photography and English. She’s worked in four continents and returned back to Dallas in 2011. Her personal blog is TexasGoldenGirl.com.
She does not have any cats.
What Amanda Looks Like
Amanda’s family is not embarrassed by her or her mission. This is really Amanda (not a model).
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