Final Installment in Fifty Shades Series as Told by Christian Grey to be Released in June

Final Installment in Fifty Shades Series as Told by Christian Grey to be Released in June

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All good things must come to an end and the Fifty Shades of Grey (as told by Christian) trilogy is no exception. Over the weekend, author, E. L. James announced the final book’s release date in a “Save the Date” style teaser along with the promise of an upcoming cover reveal. The author announced that the final book in the trilogy, Freed: Fifty Shades Freed as Told By Christian, will be released on June 1.

Sourcebooks Launches New Women Voices Imprint with Author E. L. James

Sourcebooks Launches New Women Voices Imprint with Author E. L. James

Sourcebooks, which is the largest women-owned book publisher in North America, is launching a new innovative imprint with author, E. L. James. James, who is the author of the Fifty Shades of Grey trilogy, will have her backlist moved to Sourcebooks as part of the deal, effective April 1, 2021. The new imprint is said to focus on entrepreneurial female authors, such as James herself, that have taken a hands on approach to publishing.

‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ Author E.L. James to Release New Novel

‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ Author E.L. James to Release New Novel

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Fifty Shades of Grey took the world by storm when it was first released in 2012. What began life as Twilight fan-fiction morphed into phenomenally successful book and film trilogy, as beloved for its silliness and steaminess, as it was reviled for what many deemed its sub-par prose. However, no matter what side you are on, the fact remains that author E.L. James is at it again.   James has confirmed that her new novel The Mister is on the way this spring. It tells the story of Maxim, a privileged British man who inherits a large fortune and falls in …

8 Authors Who Earned a Guinness World Record

8 Authors Who Earned a Guinness World Record

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While researching last week’s 14 Shocking Facts About Agatha Christie, I was shocked to learn that the esteemed writer once held a Guinness World Record.   When I think of Guinness World Records, my mind automatically goes to the bizarre titles such as the the world’s longest fingernails, the most hotdogs eaten at a county fair, and so on. Thinking of Christie fitting into one these categories was surprising, but it got me thinking of which other authors held Guinness World Records. I was not disappointed. Here are eight authors whose success helped them earn a Guinness World Record.   1. The world’s …