I would also recommend this as an educational text for men as it provides a very good contrast between what people think they are like to themselves and what they appear to be to strangers, as well as how to treat people and not treat people.
For those who hate the trade and everything to do with it, I would say it is a must read & if you can put aside personal prejudice long enough to read the book with an open mind, it provides a very compelling real life story of why someone gets into the trade and both the up sides and the down sides of living your life while trying to pay the bills.
This is a well written book that mixes in some humor and useful tidbits, BUT it is not about webcam modeling.
But, Liu missed home and told her mother that during their final web chat just hours before she was killed April 15, 2011.
Her next web call to Beijing was with Meng Xianchao, her boyfriend of seven years. and the petite visa student was in her basement unit on Aldwinckle Heights when police say she got a knock on the door.
Given that megastar internet search engine Google became its own verb a few years ago, we've all come to acknowledge that the wide and ever-expanding engine is becoming more powerful than ever before.
You can take a look at your own house from outer space via Google Earth, you can look at famous paintings - down to the very last grizzly brushstroke - via Google Art Project, and you can look at what's hot and what's not in Spain - or anywhere in the world - with Google Trends.
It was very interesting to see the day in the life of a webcam girl.
These girl really do exist out there but no one knows the true stories behind them.
Being in this profession, I find myself longing to share my experiences with a friend (but obviously can't since I keep it very private)... It provides an interesting insight into a world that most will find intensely interesting.
Reading this book, I found myself saying "me too" countless times! There are a few typos during the book, which plucked me out of the story momentarily, however over all it's well done, candid and without too much 'self-justification', which I'm sure you're likely to find in any memoir like this.
By the end of the book, I never thought of her again and could care less. she can convey a story just fine, but not in a way that makes you understand or care. I am actually in the same profession and emailed Anabelle about a year ago- she messaged me back and was so sweet and helpful!