Told with raw honesty, this is the true story of one woman's life as a callgirl - and her ultimate redemption.
At just fifteen years old, Geena had no choice but to leave home. Without an education or any real options, she found herself being lured into the sex industry by the promise of big money and the validation of strangers. She turned to drugs and alcohol to numb the pain of day-to-day life as a callgirl and overcome the emotional scars of her past.
But even in her darkest hours, Geena refused to accept her circumstances and never stopped striving for freedom and a better life. Eventually she found the strength to turn things around and set herself on a path to a brighter future.
Now, Geena has a double university degree and the career of her dreams, and is in a loving relationship.
Call Me Sasha is the inspirational account of one woman's journey from sexual abuse through prostitution to eventual salvation. It is raw with honesty, compelling and even laugh-out-loud funny as Geena recounts the highs and lows of her fascinating life in the sex industry.
When asked why she wrote her best-selling memoir Call Me Sasha, Geena's response was: "I thought that someone will read Call Me Sasha and say to themselves: 'If she got through all that - then I can get through this!' At the very least, I knew I had a story that would entertain."
Geena received a Bachelor of Business and a Bachelor of Media & Communications from Queensland University of Technology. When writing Call Me Sasha, she unearthed a love of writing and then completed a Master of Arts in Creative Writing at University of Technology, Sydney.
Biography & Autobiography
Allen & Unwin
Allen & Unwin
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