Book: The Lonely Life of a Pornographer's Wife by J. Carol Johnsoncategories: Book, Porno and Erotica, Mafia Amd Murder, Love and Romane, Organized Crime, Drama, Cops and Prison, Marriage, Adultry, Deception, Loneliness, Mental Anguish, Women's Fiction
J. Carol Johnsonabout this book: This is a story that was in the making for 40 years. However, I had an "epiphany" to write this book, and then the courage to do so. It deals with my true-life experience of being married to a man who was in this business. I need to remain as anonymous as at all possible due to the great possible retaliations of this man and/or the porno mafia persons about whom I wrote. Even though the story takes place during the mid-1970's to the mid-80's, which makes it somewhat of a historical book, this still goes on today. Some chapters tell about the actual making of the pornographic movies which includes graphic details so the readers will know how this movie industry worked. But please pay attention to the disclaimer at the beginning of this book.
Several readers have likened this book to be a cross between Mario Puzo's, The Godfather, and E L James's, Fifty Shades of Grey. However, I feel that my story is far more unique in that it deals with the cast-off wives of the multimillionaire moviemakers--hence the title of the book. It is women's fiction, however, you may find yourself engrossed with the male characters, their strong personalities, and, perhaps even understand why they are the way they are--or you'll hate them. You may laugh with or at them. I hope you will find understanding and even empathy for their wives and why they stay with these men. Moreover, do keep in mind that this is a work of fiction, but will you know what is really true...or truly real?
I spent several weeks in a mental hospital after my marriage ended, but it was only through my faith in God, and His word, to see me through, to give me the healing strength to go on, and the multitudes of prayers sent out by family, friends, pastors, and church members, that I am healed and free to now tell this story. This book took over six years to write, rewrite, edit and edit. Still, there are mistakes you can find. I ask that you let them past to see into the story, not just the words. Thank you.
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