Post by Linda Sharps Imagine, if you will, if Fifty Shades of Grey had only been available in paperback. Can you picture every single one of the hundreds of thousands of people who bought the book brazenly reading it on the bus, on the beach, and in the doctor's waiting room? Where everyone could recognize that distinctive gray tie on the cover and know that the woman they were sitting next to was likely right at that very moment reading about Christian Grey wantonly plundering young Anastasia's.
Post by Linda Sharps I tend to see the same comments on every article about E.L. James' erotic trilogy Fifty Shades of Grey: Ugh, these are the worst books EVER! Her writing is SO TERRIBLE! I wouldn't read this series if you tied me... Read Post
Cissy Houston is looking for someone to publish her book about Whitney, Ellen DeGeneres reads aloud from 'Fifty Shades of Grey' and more book... Read Post
Post by Linda Sharps. “Have you seen it?” Oh, I’ve seen it. I saw Fifty Shades of Grey on opening weekend, because how could I not? I mean, I read the damn books, I’ve been watching anticipation for the movie build for months; there... Read Post