Samantha C Ross is the author of 'Sunshine; The Diary of a Lap Dancer' - an eye-popping and sarcastic memoir about her time as an exotic dancer. She is also a scriptwriter, and offers 'Philostripper Life Hack' advice.
With a clairvoyant grandmother, mum who does angel card readings, and close pal being the creator of the bestselling serial killer series, 'Dexter', Sam was never going to be anything but unconventional.
When asked to describe herself in three words or less...?
Rules Don't Always Apply!
Sunshine:The Diary of A Lap Dancer
TV series by Village Roadshow coming soon!
There are a lot of Ambers in the stripping world. And Aprils and Summers, and Skys and Rains. There are quite a few gems: Sapphires, Diamonds, Rubies and even an Amethyst. And exotic creatures: Tigers, Cheetahs, Phoenixes and Kitties. Plenty of weather conditions, like Misty, Stormy and Cloudy. There are, of course, a selection of fruits: Cherry, Berry, Peaches and Apple. And confectionery to go with it, like Candy, Lolly and Caramel. And then there are the generic hot-girl/sexy names: Lolita, Tiffany, Chanel, Lulu, Sasha and Brigitte.
Meet Sunshine. That's her stage name. Follow her downstairs into the shadowy underworld of the so-called Gentlemen's Clubs, where men hide in dark corners and pay gorgeous women like Sunshine to take their clothes off. Follow her to the private rooms where the lap dances happen, the hustle plays out and the real money flows. Sit with her in the back room with the other dancers, her friends and colleagues, who laugh and cry and rake in the dollars and party as though a zombie apocalypse is on the horizon.
Sunshine tells us in her own brutally honest and audacious words what it's like to work as a stripper, both in Australia and overseas.
Confessional, confronting, revealing, wildly entertaining and often laugh-out-loud funny, Sunshine: The diary of a lap dancer will take you into a world that most of us can only imagine and that others know all too well. But only the dancers know what really goes on - and this book shows you their world stripped bare.