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By BrontëBlog on Oct 21, 2014 in: Books

Books Live interviews writer Anthony Ehlers.As a writing teacher who has taught on writing erotica, what’s your take?Erotica can be a sub-genre of romance. For all its kink, Shades of Grey by EL James is a love story – Wuthering Heights with hand...

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