Angie's Story by Steve Weintz

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"Angie's Story is a winner --I was enthralled from beginning to end." Rosemary Daniell, author of Fatal Flowers: On Sin, Sex and Suicide in the Deep South.
"Weintz is a serious talent." Wythe Walker, former Publisher of Arkansas Business and the New Mexico Business Weekly.
This is the unsettling, brutal tale of Angie Ferguson, a 38-year-old prostitute who works in Little Rock, Arkansas, home to conservative businessmen, fundamentalist church-goers, and high-profile political figures, many of whom are also Angie’s clients.
For Angie there’s no Hollywood ending, like in the movie Pretty Woman. Angie lives in the shadowy underworld of prostitution, sex addiction, escort services, drug and alcohol addiction, and violence. I know something about this world. While this is a work of fiction, Angie’s Story also draws on my personal experience. In 1999, I—a divorced and very conflicted Little Rock businessman—married a prostitute in the hope of “saving her.” My own story ended tragically, but at least I’m still here to tell a version of it. Others—in real life and in “Angie’s” life—weren’t so lucky.
Steve Weintz

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Steve Weintz is a commercial writer and business-development consultant with many years of experience working with a variety of book and magazine publishers. He is a graduate of Vanderbilt University with a double major in English and Philosophy; while there, he published short stories and essays including a piece that won the Faculty Award. In 1978 Mr. Weintz started his career as a copywriter at Marsteller Advertising in Manhattan, worked for four years in marketing and circulation at Reader's Digest, and moved to Little Rock in 1987 to help launch the publishing division of Leisure Arts, which later sold to Southern Progress/Time Warner. In 2002 The University of Arkansas Press published his book A Capital Idea, a history of Little Rock’s famous Capital Hotel. You can find some of his business articles on the “In the News” tab on his business web site:
Published February 29, 2012 by Steven B. Weintz. 210 pages
Genres: Erotica, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Their boss, Gloria, a “whore-mistress … with bleached blonde hair” who likes to remind the talent that “the customer comes first,” wears a “turquoise jumper that plunges in the front, exposing most of her double-D breasts that stand out like vine-ripened Big Boy cantaloupes.” Weintz’s writing is ...

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