Confessions Of A Porn Store Clerk

Confessions Of A Porn Store Clerk

by Brian Bigelow

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Overview

Confessions Of A Porn Store Clerk by Brian Bigelow

Have you ever wondered what it's like to work at a porn store. This is a book that will show you.

It's not like any other place you could work; there's a lot of interesting things that happen when you work in the porn industry. It's certainly not for the sensitive, but it does make for some very funny stories at times.

If you're still curious, grab a copy of these confessions, sit down with your kindle and read on.

Warning: Strong sexual content and graphic language.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940014959421
Publisher: Brian Bigelow
Publication date: 05/01/2012
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 90 KB

About the Author

Best selling author Brian Bigelow is originally from Minnesota and currently lives in Colorado with his wife, a cat and a very protective Chihuahua that risks life and limb to save his "family"Â from running leaves, fire hydrants and the like. Mr. Bigelow's writing style will put you at ease, and you'll never feel intimidated. He brings a wealth of life experience to the pages of his books to help others combat situations he's lived through in the past.

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Confessions Of A Porn Store Clerk 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
ChristophFischer More than 1 year ago
"Confessions of a Porn Store Clerk" by Brian Bigelow is a very entertaining and insightful look at the narrator's day to day experiences in a sex shop with some odd 'highlights' / anecdotes. Explaining his feelings as liberal minded but not over-sexed hetero Joe Normal I found his observations witty and amusing but also interesting as the job is a role not many of us are ever likely to get to take on. As visitors to a sex shop we would often respond differently. I am giving it four stars because the great title led me to believe more scandal than there actually was, which probably says more about my own numbness to sexual themes from having some very open minded friends. I enjoyed the book very much.