About After Hours
The name of the blog is based on Amanda’s experiences working night jobs in the past. It was always after work that everyone dropped their “work” face and the most interesting discussions ensued. Anyone who has worked night jobs knows that such discussions are rarely linear and the topics discussed very random. After Hours is not a news blog, a daily journal or an overly intimate look at Amanda. It is her ongoing, after-work discussion where random thoughts become essays.
About Amanda Brooks — Escort, Author, Advocate
As stated, she is an independent escort (and former stripper). You can find the “official” bio here.
She formed Golden Girl Press, LLC to publish her series of books for escorts and is known as a self-publisher with attitude. The series: The Internet Escort’s Handbook. She maintains her original site (this one), as well as a few others. For an idea of everything she’s doing, you can go here. Or visit her Media page.
If you feel compelled to contact her:
Golden Girl Press, LLC office:
jhall [AT] goldengirlpress [DOT] com
bmann [AT] goldengirlpress [DOT] com
Amanda does not offer free email advice on issues related to becoming an escort or working as an escort, nor is she a free therapist, nor is she interested in your ideas of books she should write.
Does she or doesn’t she?
If you desire a casual meeting and are in the US, you have an option with minimal screening: $1000/1hr coffee/tea/pick-Amanda’s-brain session at a public venue of mutual choice. This offer is open to any person of any gender over 18 and includes personally signed copies of both books (if you wish). Prepayment in full is required to reserve your time. No refunds. Travel expenses may be required if the meeting is not in a city Amanda is currently in (which is Dallas, currently and for the foreseeable future).
About the design of this blog
Only dedicated readers will have made it this far
Amanda believes in giving credit where it is due. The hard work of others deserves to be noted.
The current look and coding work is courtesy of Jai at Blog Oh! Blog . This theme is the very pretty DailyPress theme. This one satisfies Amanda’s current desires to change things up (while still looking basically the same). Her only complaint is the lack of a dropdown menu, but even she’s not going to push that issue.
One day Amanda hopes to totally create her own look but until she’s that inspired, she will rely on others to help her along. Every time the look of this blog changes, so will these credits.