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Fifty Shades is an adult erotic BDSM romance franchise created by British writer E. L. James. It originated as a fanfic for the young-adult teen romance novel series Twilight by American author Stephenie Meyer. That story was turned into a full-length novel titled Fifty Shades of Grey. It has produced a novel series with an original novel trilogy and two follow-up novels, as well as a film trilogy.
Anastasia Steele, a young college graduate, meets Christian Grey, a young business mogul, and becomes his submissive partner. The series explores the development of their relationship.
Original fan fiction
The Fifty Shades novel trilogy (Fifty Shades of Grey, Fifty Shades Darker, Fifty Shades Freed) was originally written as a fan fiction work in the Twilight fictional universe. It was originally called Master of the Universe and written as Snowdragons Icequeen.
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- "It wasn't always 50 shades". 22 things you don't know about "Fifty Shades of Grey". CBS News. p. 16.
- Jason Boog (21 November 2012). "The Lost History of Fifty Shades of Grey". AdWeek.
- E.L. James; Snowdragon's Icequeen (2009). Master of the Universe.
- E.L. James (2011). Fifty Shades of Grey.
- E.L. James (2012). Fifty Shades Darker.
- E.L. James (2012). Fifty Shades Freed.
- E.L. James (2015). Fifty Shades of Grey as Told by Christian.
- E.L. James (2017). Fifty Shades Darker as Told by Christian.
- E.L. James (2014). Fifty Shades Trilogy.
- Fifty Shades of Grey. 2015.
- Fifty Shades Darker. 2017.
- Fifty Shades Freed. 2018.
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