“It’s Less Than Zero meets Miami Vice with more nudity and hair spray.” – Christine Macdonald

What made Christine walk away from the stripping life after nearly a decade?

She takes you through her last night at the club in the emotional essay titled Sunset Strip, found in the top rated anthology, The Moment: Wild, Poignant, Life-Changing Stories from 125 Writers and Artists Famous & Obscure [Paperback].

Excerpt from book

The full story will be told in her forthcoming memoir in the works; working title: Pour Some Sugar On Me: Tales From an Ex-Stripper.

From narrowly escaping a drug raid to sharing what shampoo works best under the black lights for a shower-stage, Christine shares it all.

Macdonald is writing a collection of true stories about her life as an exotic dancer in Waikiki from 1987 to 1996.

You are invited to take the journey from ages 18 to 28; where a decade of drugs, sex, and tons of rock and roll was in full swing.

Wanting to journal the extraordinary world she lived in, Christine began writing down personal experiences. The chronicles, titled: Pour Some Sugar On Me: Tales From an Ex-Stripper continues to evolve, thus a memoir in the making is born.

Some tales aren’t pretty. Some of these stories will shock you, while other moments are just plain hysterical.

Every word is true.

To read excerpts go to her website, www.poletosoul.com.

23 years old - Hawaii