‘Fifty Shades’ Author Goes Tame

    A picture shows copies of the novel "Fifty Shades of Grey" on display at a book shop in central London on July 19, 2012. It's a literary phenomenon: with nearly 40 million copies sold, "Fifty Shades of Grey", an erotic romance spiced up with sado-masochism is well on its way to breaking all the records.  AFP PHOTO / WILL OLIVER        (Photo credit should read WILL OLIVER/AFP/GettyImages)

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    Holy cow! For those of you who plowed through the titillating Fifty Shades of Grey trilogy, don’t expect to get your jollies from E.L. James’s next book. At Vanity Fair’s Oscars party, the author said her next project won’t be “nearly so raunchy.” It gets worse: James revealed that she’ll probably write the story under another name. But how will we enjoy it?! Fear not, those thirsty for erotica—you can still find your inner goddess when Christian Grey and the gang hit theaters in the highly anticipated, and yet to be cast, film. Oh yeah.

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