Ron Jeremy is quite the sought after man. Whether he is the head dick, the radtastic cameo or co-star in a mainstream movie, or the adult industry expert, people want Ron to take part in their projects. Today I’m spreading the news about another forward that he has written in a book about adult performers. This time he has penned a little piece for Dirty Bob’s Naked Came The Pornstar. From the looks of it, this book probably has some pretty juicy stories from some classic adult icons. The book is totally affordable whether you purchase it for Kindle or in paperback. Check out the press release for more info:
(LOS ANGELES, CA) — Bob Krotts, affectionately and best known as “Dirty Bob” to his fellow adult industry professionals has released a new book called “Naked Came the Pornstar.” At 188 pages and also bursting with over 120 candid and behind the scenes photos, it is available now in both paperback and electronic versions.
The book consists of candid, interviews with nineteen adult video performers. These unedited conversations, often humorous, occasionally controversial and always sexy, come from early in their performing careers. They offer a rare glimpse back at these stars before their fame before their fame took control of their careers. Many were award-winners; two won Best Actress, and one according to the Guinness Book of Records is the internet’s most downloaded woman.
“Naked Came the Pornstar” follows a format similar to Penelope Ashe’s infamous 1969 novel “Naked Came the Stranger” in which 24 different writers each wrote a chapter to create a controversial and diverse book. While Krotts originally planned something similar, he scrapped the idea of using other writers and instead pulled from his immense library of candid and revealing “Dirty Bob” interviews and experiences. The result is a book that still features 19 distinctly different voices, but maintains a more cohesive style.
“It still fits the original concept,” says Krotts. “It is a composite with each chapter featuring an intimate and revealing interview with a different performer. Since half of the interview is their voice, it’s quite like having a chapter by each new author.”
The interviews featured in “Naked Came the Pornstar” come from an era when modern adult entertainment was still in its formative years. Before big-name adult stars could rely on big companies or turn to their publicists to promote their videos, they had to get creative.
“This was also before Twitter, Facebook and other social networking sites made it simple to keep their name, face and thoughts in the public,” says Dirty Bob.
In addition to the interviews with adult stars “Naked Came the Pornstar” boasts two special introductions. The first is written by AVN founder Paul Fishbein and the second comes from legendary adult personality Ron “The Hedgehog” Jeremy.
“I am very proud to have intros written by two true giants in the industry,” adds Krotts. “This book is the result of years of hard work in the industry and the contributions of Paul and Ron are just a perfect way to complete the project.”