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February 05, 2016

Rebecca Lord's Autobiography Shows That Porn Can Be Fun(ny)

Hall of Fame actress and director Rebecca Lord shares her humorous perspective on the adult industry, based on twenty years of behind-the-curtain stories, in To My Dear Civilians, With Love. Rebecca’s autobiography tells tales of her experiences with her friends such Asia Carrera, Jenna Jameson, Felecia, Kaitlyn Ashley, Kylie Ireland, Julie Ashton, Rocco Siffredi, Pierre Woodman, Marc Wallice, Tony Martino, Ron Jeremy ("the Hedgehog") and too many more to name from around the world as she takes readers into the strange and often hilarious world of adult films. Yes, “porn” is a very different village, with fun and interesting people as well as a few nuts. No doubt, people who live there share unique outlooks and mentalities, which she offers to readers. According to Brian Whitney, her co-author, Rebecca’s tome is not only fun and funny, however. She is in a unique place to provide a true picture of the adult industry: good, bad, happy, sad, all the way up to weird.  Her book deals with issues such as "... it explains and shows how women in this industry aren't generally victims, as the outside world likes to believe," including the multi-faceted roles of women in the industry. She addresses these matters from a solid basis of knowledge and experience, not speculation, rumor and innuendo. Overall, her goal is to show “civilians”—that’s how industry people refer (kindly) to outsiders—that porn may be a strange business, though still a good one for its people. After putting her on-screen career on hold, Rebecca lives today in Europe.  In the last two years, she returned to the adult industry as a producer-director of couples-oriented movies under her Rebecca Lord Productions umbrella (parapluie, en français).  To date in 2016, she has released seven of her movies through Exile Distribution, and continues to shoot in European locations with top European stars. Her very first release, Do Not Disturb, has received AVN Editor's Choice and several award nominations. In To My Dear Civilians, With Love, Rebecca recounts her experiences arriving in the U.S. as a young woman, not yet 20, after establishing herself in France. She travels through the process of coming to love this country and working in the adult industry. Since adult actresses also perform as feature dancers in clubs throughout the country, she was soon exposed to all regions and cultures.  Clearly, she flourished in her career, though with ups and downs along her path. This industry, her work, can be very challenging, and is not for the faint of heart, yet still a good and enjoyable place for those who embrace it. Those who could not handle it simply moved on to other things in their lives. This book deals with industry people and issues through amazing, sexy, and too-funny stories that are expected to leave readers laughing out loud. It's porn—as fans want to know it, as fans will thoroughly enjoy knowing it, from a woman’s honest and candid viewpoint. Brian Whitney worked with Rebecca on To My Dear Civilians, With Love. He is also the author or co-author of seven prior books, including an autobiography of Porsche Lynn and the novel Raping The Gods. To My Dear Civilians, With Love is available from Amazon.com.

 
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