London Brown

Hi all!

I have a real treat for you today. This is a character interview with London Brown from her Confessions of a Whore series written by Leila Desint. London is actually backstage and is of course here with her author, Leila DeSint’s permission (of course if we were to ask her, she’d say she doesn’t need anyone’s permission). Before we get started, I’d like to share a bit of information about London. She is undoubtedly a tough lady with a lot of rough edges but after what she’s been through, I can’t blame her. I’ve read the first two episodes of her series and have come to like her immensely as well as the world Ms. DeSint has opened to her readers. I hope you’ll give London a chance to tell her story. And without further ado… a blurb from episode 1:

London Brown – Episode #1 Confessions of a Whore   

I’m London Brown and these are my confessions.  Let me plunge you into my world…

I provide my clients a willing body to explore their depravity-a form of sexual therapy at a fee. Kink, bondage or fetish, I cater to all needs. The greatest sin in the beds I service in is self-deception.

Come play in the dark with me… you can call me whatever you like as long as you pay my price.

Tonight’s client and I share a past, which of us will be left scorned…

Welcome London, please have a seat. It’s so great to have you here. If you don’t mind, I’d like to start out with you telling our readers a bit about yourself…

I’m the alter ego of a fractured woman, Des. I’m sure you’ll learn more about her later. Approximately five years ago she checked out more or less and I took over most of the time. I’m employed by The Agency as an escort for London’s elite.  I enjoy what I do. My clients pay me handsomely for the service I provide them. Here’s The Agency’s card, a number of clients would be interest in a woman with your assets, Ms. Kelly.

Um, thanks so much. I’ll just keep this card for later. I really do appreciate you taking the time to talk with us. Let’s start with the basics. I must say, I love your name, it really is very different. May I ask how you came up with that name?

I didn’t come up with it. It was given to me. If your next question would be to ask by whom and why? Don’t bother. If you are reading London Brown you’ll find out soon enough. Some of us can’t help rehashing the past. I don’t much care for history but others can’t stop themselves from divulging it.

All right, I understand that and seeing as I am reading your series and loving it, I don’t want any spoilers. Let’s try a fun question. Say you were stranded on a deserted island. What 5 things or people would you bring with you? And why?

And Cade says my perception of normal is warped. How is that question any fun?  This is like one of those questions shrinks ask you that has no basis in reality yet you’re supposed to treat it as though it’s a plausible?

You want to play this little game do you, Ms. Kelly?

I’m real good at games.  I want the man you believe is the most decent, Leila’s man and I’ll take one from the next three readers.

That gets me five decent standup men on the island with me.  All I needs a week, likely a lot less, and then I tell you just how indecent they truly are.

You have read Lord of the Flies by William Golding, haven’t you?

Oh dear, well let’s move on then. Now, I’ve read the first two episodes of your story. May I ask why you chose to have Leila DeSint write for you?

When I decided I was going to record my life, the first thing I became aware of was that I had no clue how to tell my journey to others. If you ask me how to please a man, I’ve got more tips than the Queens got jewels.  But in telling my story I would expose myself, Des, Cade and Rhys. All of us would have to be able to relate to the author, given the personal truths we’d share. I didn’t give them much choice as I announced to them I’m putting my confessions on paper for others to see. They could either tell their own stories or I’d represent them as I saw them. Very quickly they came on board with the project.  Each of us had a discussion with the prospective writers. Leila was the only one that sent us each back a page of how our voices sounded to her. Granted it had a North American slant but over all I heard myself in the words.

You’ll have to ask the rest of them why they put her in their number one choice slot.

Very interesting. Well considering this is Ms. DeSint’s first release. I believe she has done a wonderful job. London, I’d like to ask you a couple personal questions. Have you ever truly loved someone? And do you think you ever will truly love someone?

I love myself. Many readers would probably find that a very difficult concept to come to terms with. I’m sure they wonder how I can love myself if I allow man to…you readers can fill in the blanks.

What they don’t realize is that they are more whores than I am. They are being pimped in so many ways they can’t even see it. Its starts with their parents, next it’s their friends and society. Soon after it’s the person they were sleeping with and then their kids, in return they impose it back on their offspring. The world is a mess and it was like this when I got here so don’t get upset with me.

I know what the price is upfront for me to lay on my back. Most of the rest of the world isn’t aware until it’s too late. Des would be a really good example of how that happens.

I love the creator. I think this is another concept many of the readers will find hard to reconcile about me. My very existence tells me he has a sense of humor and compassion. He created the human brain to be so complex that it can store unthinkable horrors away from the part of you that couldn’t come to terms with them. I think its compassion, not evil that makes that possible.  But you know I don’t want to believe that my existence is a bad thing. I’m self-preserving like that.

I understand. Much of what you say is true but that is hard for most of us to admit. How about a lighter topic… What would be an ideal date for you if you were to go on a date?

Me go out on a date? You want me to have dinner with a man and put out for the simple expense of a fancy dinner?  What would be the purpose? I have no intention of belonging to man at the rock bottom price of his affection or attention. I can have that and then some.

Do you have any pet peeves? Is there anything you hate to do?

Cuddling is the most useless activity ever invented.  Pillow talk with clients tells me just how lonely most of these men are and nearly all of them are married. I don’t care to hear about their lives… Neither does the woman they are married to so I can’t imagine they are very happy.

Okay, I have to admit I’m curious. You are required to look good as part of your profession. Do you have any tips for our lady readers out there? Also, I have to admit you exude confidence and a nearly tangible sensuality. How do you pull it off and keep men so attracted to you?

Sex burns a lot of calories. Actually not as many as most think and the best burner is being on top. Unfortunately most of my clients like to be in charge.  I often forget to eat, which isn’t healthy at all so I don’t recommend anyone follow my example.

Oh, that’s terrible. You really should take care of yourself. Well, I think I’ve grilled you enough today, although I’d love to have you back. Still, is there anything else you’d like to share with us?

I’ve opened a window into my world for you to truly see. I fully expect for you to pass judgment on me. I only ask that you do so on the sum of my life.

Once again, thank you, London. For any of you all who are interested, Ms. DeSint’s London Brown Confessions of a Whore series is available today!



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12 thoughts on “London Brown

  1. Jennifer Lowery

    I am so going to read this book! London is an awesome character, love her already! Thanks for introducing me to her!

  2. caseamajor

    Toni – it seems like yu might’ve had your hands full with this one. London – great interview. Glad to get to know you and learn a few things. lol

  3. rivetting interview – London is a fanscinating characer.

  4. Maggie O'Malley

    Great interview. Wishing you many sales.

  5. Wow, wow, wow!!!! That interview rocked!

  6. Skye Warren

    Great interview. London is certainly one tough cookie.

  7. Skye Warren

    Great interview. London is definitely one tough cookie. Do we get a Des interview as well? 😉

  8. Melissa Limoges

    Ha, cool interview! 🙂

  9. London, you have an unmistakable voice. I look forward to hearing more. Great interview, Toni!

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