From the Author
I did originally start writing this around four years back, when no one
would publish a so called `torrid sex memoir' for fear of reprisal or being
too down market, so they said at the time.
I have written about my experience 10 years back, about how I started out
in the sex industry in a well run British bordello. The kind of which do
not really exist any longer, due to many factors, the law and technology
being the main two.
My book is graphic in places for some people, although toned down through
edit it is about working in a brothel after all. I hope it is amusing in
some places and yes it can be a bit grim in others.Sorry if from the cover
you thought I was going to sugar coat it, but hey, it is real life and that
life was and still is mine.I have never been good at holding back.
I do love what I do, I do not always like what I do though, there is a
difference. As for justifying what I do? Don't we all justify what we do,
other wise why do it, why should I be any different as a person in that
As for the audacity to have a handy hints guide to brothel work at the
back for other working girls? Excuse me if I don't want to leave others in
the dark. It is only my take on thing that helped me back then, but even if
a small part of anything I have learned along the way helps another lady,
keeps her safe or helps in the smallest way in reducing the STI rate in the
UK, just by making people think about safer sex? Then that would be good
The industry is not all glamorous, but then again it is not all grim. I am
an average woman with a less than conventional lifestyle and I am truly
happy. If I was not happy I would do something about it.
People buying my book will not make me give up being on the game or have
me retiring any time soon, if that's what people think?
Just because of a few pounds have been put away for when I might want to
call it a day when I am old and gray. As much fun as it sounds, lounging
around on a band wagon of so called `call girl lit' for an easy lay and
easy pay, is not the reason I wrote it.
There is after all no such thing as an easy buck, you would think people
would know that by now?
I only wrote Confessions of a Working Girl because a friend bet me that I
couldn't write a book and get it published. Silly Boy, he should have known
better! I like a challenging man.
Thank you to all that have bought it and read it so far.
Miss S x