VENICE, CA – Alia Janine is taking her career into her own hands and acting as her own agent now. For those who haven’t had the lovely experience of working with Alia, she’s created a “book me!” page on her website that includes her resume, box covers, awards and nominations, testimonials and some sample scenes.
She might also want to add an interviews page because if you don’t keep up it’s easy to fall behind. New this week is her interview with YNOT. Get a dose of the logic that Alia throws into explaining her choice of the adult industry as profession:
“I’m a huge fan of sex. I’m also a huge fan of money. I get off on people watching me have sex. I like to travel, meet knew people and have an open schedule. It seems like the most logical career choice.”
It’s also logical that Alia would be hosting this weekend’s Rising Star PR Award Season 2012 Kick-Off Party on Saturday night. She may or may not be wearing the Model O the Year sash she was issued for winning the Blog O Porno contest. You’ll have to go to find out.
Also, be sure to vote for Alia in the Orgasm.com Hunt for the Orgasm Girl. Go to www.orgasm.com for more.
Alia “book me!” page: www.aliajanine.com
YNOT interview: www.ynot.com/content/118392-alia-janine-nothing-average.html
The Rising Star PR Award Season 2012 Kick-Off Party will be held at Colony, 1743 Cahuenga Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028 this Saturday night, Nov. 17. To RSVP or for more information go to www.facebook.com/events/513481128669571/.
Look for more at www.aliajanine.com and itsmyurls.com/aliajanine.
Words & Interview by Steve DiLodovico | Smutlife
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