Skip navigation! A few years ago, people around the world were completely incapacitated by a literary phenomenon. I saw rows of mothers reading the book in chaise lounges while their kids splashed in swimming pools. I saw people hiding the book's cover behind other books on the subway. I myself took the book out from the library and read it during college orientation. Still, E.
Pursuing a rather tedious subject called law, Priya Barua still tries to find time to follow her passion for blogging. I invite you to read on and leave your comments at the end. I love the dialogues, I love the characters, and I love the chemistry between them.
No matter how you feel about Fifty Shades of Grey as a book or film, its meteoric rise in popularity has put the spotlight on a frequently misunderstood and underappreciated genre of pop culture that deserves the attention: erotic fiction. The common misconception about the genre is assuming the word "erotic" immediately translates to smut or filth or straight-up pornography. People seem to forget that erotic is a blanket term for anything that turns us on sexually, and the beauty of turn-ons is that they're different for everyone.