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Over at Babeland, a New York sex shop, the best-selling trilogy “Fifty Shades of Grey” has shifted from erotic fiction to how-to guide. On a recent Friday, a hundred or so women, four men, and one Chihuahua crowded into the SoHo store for a class inspired by the books. “I found out about the books because people kept coming into the store and asking about specific products—floggers, restraints, paddles,” said Claire Cavanah, Babeland’s co-founder.




In only a month, sales for the vaginal-tightening exercise balls have gone up a whopping  300 percent!!
One of the company's reps even wrote the publisher to thank them:
Thanks to the book, we are getting emails and calls from around the world asking about our Smart Balls. Yesterday, the Fun Factory office received an email from a 74-year-old woman in Dubai who read the book while vacationing in the USA.

UPDATE:



Fifty Shades of Grey beats one million sales record

The book also broke the weekly record for paperback sales, selling 397,889 copies, according to Nielsen Bookscan.EL James's Fifty Shades of Grey has become the fastest adult paperback novel to sell one million print copies.
The first in the erotic trilogy passed the million mark in 11 weeks, smashing the previous record of 36 weeks set by Dan Brown's The Da Vinci Code.
It beat JK Rowling's The Tales of Beedle the Bard, which sold 367,625 copies in 2008.
Sequels Fifty Shades Darker sold 245,801, and Fifty Shades Freed sold 212,832 across last week, with the entire series outselling the rest of the top 50 by about two to one.
Fifty Shades of Grey is currently the 32nd bestselling book since records began in 1998.

Update :Replacing Bible

If you ever book a reservation at the Damson Dene Hotel in England, don’t expect to have a copy of the Bible waiting for you. Instead, the hotel’s owner has replaced the religious text with none other than the disturbingly popular book Fifty Shades of Grey. Because really, what could be a better alternative to the Bible than a book featuring bondage and sadomasochism?

“[B]ecause everybody is reading ‘Fifty Shades of Grey,’ we thought it would be a hospitable thing to do, to have this available for our guests, especially if some of them were a little bit shy about buying it because of its reputation.”
The choice to offer “Fifty Shades of Grey” was done purely for fun and just because the novel is so popular, not for any deep philosophical reason, Denby added, noting that he himself has not read the book.

Update:


Angelina Jolie in Talks to Direct Fifty Shades of Grey?

Rumors are swirling thatAngelina Jolie is in talks for Fifty Shades of Grey— but not to play the female lead.
According to reports, Universal Pictures has its eye on Jolie as a potentialdirector for the upcoming movie version of E L James’ erotic bestseller.

Update:

'Fifty Shades Of Grey' Continues To Take Over The World: EMI Classics To Release Classical Soundtrack To Accompany The Book

Later this month EMI classics will release “Fifty Shades of Grey -- The Classical Album,” which features 15-tracks hand picked by author E L James. Those familiar with the book and its sequels, Fifty Shades Darkerand Fifty Shades Freed, know that Mr. Christian Grey, the successful entrepreneur who devirginizes the young, innocent college student Anastasia in a series of kinky sexual encounters has a soft spot for classical music.
The album includes the Tallis Scholars version of “Spem in Alium,” which is prominently featured in the book, along with Bach’s “Goldberg Variations,” Pachelbel’s “Canon in D,” as well as Chopin’s “Prelude #4.”

Update



Universal Studios has filed a copyright lawsuit against Los Angeles-based adult film production company Smash Pictures.
It claims material from EL James' best-selling trilogy Fifty Shades of Grey, which has sold more than 60 million copies, was directly lifted.
It said Smash Pictures used dialogue, characters, events, story and style for Fifty Shades of Grey: A XXX Adaptation.
Universal, which has bought the film rights of the trilogy, said it is "a rip-off plain and simple".
"The first XXX adaptation is not a parody, and it does not comment on, criticise, or ridicule the originals," it said.
The lawsuit was filed by both Universal and James' British company, which owns the copyright to the novels first published in 2011.




To be continued...

50 Shades author EL James has disastrous Q&A


after the success of "Grey," have you considered re-telling the story from the perspective of someone who can write ?



Yes and film is made ... of course blockbuster


Woman ‘Lost Control of Everything’ During 'Fifty Shades' Screening, Cleared Out Milton Keynes Cineworld



Staff cleaning a cinema in an unknown location found a number of soiled cucumbers on the back seats

http://www.vice.com/en_uk/read/woman-lost-control-of-everything-during-fifty-shades-screening-675