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Fifty Shades Of Monotony In Erotic Fiction Cover Design

Posted at 8:32AM Friday 07 Feb 2014

The Fifty Shades of Monochrome being inflicted on our bookshelves, real or virtual, as what used to be red-hot and steamy grays out.

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