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How I Became a Whore [NOOK Book]

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HOW I BECAME A WHORE: HOW I BECAME A WHORE follows one woman's journey from being a stay-at-home mom to becoming a prostitute in the bowels of a downtown Atlanta strip club.

(An AMBER CREEK MINI NOVEL)
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How I Became a Whore

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Overview

HOW I BECAME A WHORE: HOW I BECAME A WHORE follows one woman's journey from being a stay-at-home mom to becoming a prostitute in the bowels of a downtown Atlanta strip club.

(An AMBER CREEK MINI NOVEL)
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013575707
  • Publisher: Stone Cottage Books
  • Publication date: 10/4/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 817,163
  • File size: 232 KB

Meet the Author

AMBER CREEK* is a fiction writer. She enjoys reading and writing stories that delve into the often forgotten (and untold) trials, tribulations, souls, of women. "My destiny is to write. I've known it since I was a little girl." When asked about the electronic, mini-novel format, she stated, "My subject matter is geared to women. As mothers, wives, and career women, we barely have time to breathe, more or less time to sit down with a 400-page book. My mini-novels average between 40 and 90 pages and can be read during a lunch break, on the subway, or at the airport waiting on a plane. The e-format and the length fit how we live today."

LATEST RELEASE: How I Became a Whore, a Mini-novel by Amber Creek

How I Became a Whore follows one woman's journey from being a stay-at-home mom, to becoming a prostitute in the bowels of a downtown Atlanta strip club.
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How I Became a Whore, an electronic mini-novel, was recently published by Stone Cottage Books. This is the second mini-novel by author Amber Creek, an Atlanta-based writer who travels frequently to the Caribbean. The harrowing read is the story of a single mother who finds herself on the streets after her husband dies and her home goes into foreclosure. To what lengths would you go to feed your children? For Natalie Watson, it meant sleeping with strangers for money. The novel follows Natalie's journey from being an upper-middleclass, stay-at-home mom, to becoming a prostitute in the bowels of a downtown Atlanta strip club.

"How I Became a Whore was inspired by real-life events ripped from today's headlines," said Ms. Creek. In an interview in her Caribbean cottage, the author recounted events where both men and women have resorted to prostitution to save their homes from foreclosure.

One such recent news story was about a 49 year old Pennsylvania man who ran a prostitution ring, along with his wife. According to convicted Roger Sedlak, he and his wife formed the lucrative sex-selling ring, spanning several states, to keep their family home out of foreclosure.

Sedlak told the courts the 42 prostitutes working for him were in similar financial situations as his own. He declared the women had never been prostitutes before joining his company. He was sentenced to 12 years in federal prison; his wife received two years probation for lying to authorities.

*Amber Creek is a pen name used by Cassandra Black for selected adult works.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 29, 2012

    A great quick read!

    I read this book in a day, excellent read looking forward to reading more books from this author.

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