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Guest Post: 50 Shades of Shame

I agree with this, it’s as if reading the hated books like 50 shades is the same as not reading at all! Besides, if those books are so terrible, why are they so popular?

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Guilty Pleasure ReadsStop Shaming Guilty-Pleasure Reads

Blogger and Self-Described Book Nerd Olivia Lanaras on Labeling Books and Shaming Readers

For every one article written about the love of a guilty pleasure book like 50 Shades of Grey or Twilight, there are two that slam and shame it.

The writing is just not up to par, the characters are unbelievable, and the sex verges on the comical.
Think of it as the “Downton Abbey” of bondage, designed neither to menace nor to offend but purely to cosset the fatigued imagination.
Fifty shades of bad writing

Without a doubt, the authors behind these works are not the second coming of Jane Austen. I have tried reading them and just couldn’t do it. In fact, most of the lines are absolutely cringe-worthy. However, labeling these works as invalid or unworthy of being considered works of literature is not only…

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