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Meet the author of Fifty Shades Of Grey

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If you haven't already read Fifty Shades Of Grey chances are you've heard of it.

First published in ebook format, EL James' tale about the sexually charged love story between college student Anastasia Steele and suave businessman Christian Grey was soon the novel everyone was talking about. In its first full week on sale in the UK, it officially became the fastest-selling book of the year, selling over 100,000 copies. Find out how the author feels about triggering a publishing revolution at an exclusive event on Tuesday 3 July hosted by Emerald Street, the daily email from Stylist.

Emerald Street editor Anna Fielding will lead a discussion about the book, followed by a Q&A with EL James, and the chance to meet the author and get your book signed. Tickets are £20, including a copy of Fifty Shades Of Grey.

Places are limited so book now by visiting emeraldstreet.com/50shades.

3 July, 6-9pm; IET London; Savoy Place, 2 Savoy Place, WC2R; £20; emeraldstreet.com/50shades

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