"A candid glimpse into prostitution as a profession . . .an unforgettable look at one woman’s struggle."
ForeWord Clarion Review
"Angie's Story is a winner --I was enthralled from beginning to end. Steve Weintz and Angie’s Story deserves to be included with this pantheon of great writing by men about women; his writing is that deep, that good."
Rosemary Daniell, award-winning author of Fatal Flowers: On Sin, Sex and Suicide in the Deep South.
“Weintz’s writing is crisp and sharp as he stylishly unfolds the doomed love story of Angie and Tom. . . A taut, lurid account of the lowest levels of American life that probes behind the mask of propriety and raises questions about the line between emotional and physical love.”
"Angie's Story is crazy. Wild. Powerful! Weintz is a serious talent."
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About the Author
Steve Weintz is a commercial writer and business development consultant. A graduate of Vanderbilt University (B.A. ’78), Steve started his career as a copywriter working for direct marketing and publishing division of Masteller Advertising in Manhattan. Steve worked on such accounts as the Playboy Book Club and Franklin Mint. He later worked for Reader's Digest before moving to Little Rock, Arkansas in 1987 where he helped launch the publishing division of Leisure Arts. Steve has published numerous business commentaries. In 2002, The University of Arkansas Press published Steve's historical narrative of the Capital Hotel--an architectural landmark and now five star hotel. Steve moved to Charleston, SC in 2010 where he continues to write, work and fish--not necessarily in that order.