Fifty Shades of Grey on the Today Show

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Success in publishing happens everyday, but what about for small to medium publishers?  Even they are empowered to expand their brands and imprints with the new tools and innovations self-publishing brings.  Why just this morning Fifty Shades of Grey was featured on the Today Show. Check out the full segment below:

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  1. Barbara

    Thank God for Logan Levkoff’s participation in this very interesting discussion. So like so many in the media who have not done adequate or any research on the topic, just insert their own opinions into a subject without background. The emphasis of those who did not read the book isolated one controversial aspect of the book, physical pain, which was blown totally out of proportion. The book is NOT ABOUT PAIN! The book enhances a woman’s ability to and appreciation of sex and strengthening that incredible gift of an orgasm. The love story between two consenting adults is touching and substantive. It is a must read for couples who are adult enough to desire to please each other sexually while magnifying their commitment to each other. If anyone READS this series (outstanding, in my never-to-be humble opinion) and reduces his/her summation of it to it being about physical pain, he/she didn’t READ and COMPREHEND the book. The shame lies there. This series should almost be a primer for how to spice up the marriage that’s flirting with boredom and complacency. One’s awareness of the power of sex will be fine tuned after reading this series and leave the reader wanting to experience in life what happened between the sheets and on the rack in the book.

  2. If you like 50 Shades you should check out The Red Period at Lyrical Press. The story of a strong woman in charge.

  3. Krissy P

    These books are wonderful. I read and enjoyed all three. Christian Grey has issues. He enjoys a BDSM sexual relationship and wants to share this with Ana. He literally gets off on the pain he inflicts. He hates to be touched and Ana is able to eventually break through that wall that he has put up. He does fall in love with her and there is a lot of growth for both characters. While there is content that is deeply disturbing, it is also compelling and completely addicting. There is real love and romance between Ana and Christian. It’s not just about sexual dominance.

  4. Fran C.

    In the female B&D fantasy world, the pain always leads to pleasure. But it’s the *fantasy* or pain. (Critics have always seemed to miss that.)

    We gals would never want to actually live in the worlds of “Emmanuelle” or “The Story of O” or “Chateau Noir”, but the fantasy of living there is undeniably hot.

    Which is why we return to those worlds time and again. None of us would want to live in a time of everyday corsets — but most of us shiver at the idea of wearing a naughty ‘Merry Widow’ (and nothing else) now and then. For special occasions. 😉

    These classic stories are also largely about control — beginning with the men doing the driving, but ending with the women at the wheel. Where they should be. 🙂

  5. Desert lady

    I read all 3 books in one weekend! Best series ever. It is a deep story that is far more than meets the eye! Absolutely loved it and I can’t wait for the movie!

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