E.L. James’s Long Shadow May Linger over Frankfurt

It was the talk of the London Book Fair. Then it was the talk of the summer. Then it became the book news story of the year. The Fifty Shades series—an originally self-published erotica written as Twilight fan fiction—was too new a phenomenon in April, when the London Book Fair was underway, to have any major effect on deals at that industry event. But with Frankfurt weeks away, and the series topping charts around the globe, a flurry of big deals for romance titles (many of them originally self-published) indicate that the Fifty Shades effect will be holding sway over business in Germany. Continue reading at 'Publishers Weekly'

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