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Discussion in 'Romance Books' started by Anamnesis, Mar 20, 2012.
How much fun am I allowed to have?
Badmouth without criticism? That sounds a bit odd.
I might join you in your Fifty Shades quest. :flowers:
Can we read passages to each other over the phone?
Why not. We should bombard it to the unofficial book of the month.
Let's not and say we did.
Awww, but I like to bombard! Or did you mean the reading out loud bit?
No, we can still read passages to each other other the phone.
If you were asking me, Sparky, go at it, full-bore. Whatever you really feel like saying.
10 Lessons Even You Can Learn From Fifty Shades Of Grey
Talk about a puff piece.
Bret Easton Ellis Wants To Write Adaptation For 'Fifty Shades of Grey' Movie
I'd see it.
Nice link Landslide. Good to see some real discussion of the pros and cons on a book forum.
Fifty Shades of Grey is bad for bondage
Hi Landslide: I wonder about folks who would readily be a part of a study to see if they were 'normal' who were actively involved in BDSM (if I have the letters correct).
Well, that was a scientific study and those studies don't really identify the people who participate in them. Also, if it helps demystify BDSM, I can see why people would be interested in participating.
Makes sense to me.
Fifty Shades of Grey meets Pride and Prejudice: classics get erotic rewrites | Books | guardian.co.uk
Is anyone else getting tired of the unimaginative rewrites? Still, it might make for some amusing reading.
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