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Come into the world of erotic romance and meet the authors who made millions by transforming their fantasies into fiction.

No one was prepared for the success of Fifty Shades of Grey. Originally written in 2010 as a piece of Twilight fan fiction and posted online, it eventually sold over 100 million copies, taking erotica mainstream. But women didn’t only read erotica in large numbers; they also wrote it. In the aftermath of Fifty Shades a cottage industry emerged around self-published romance novels. Once women who worked forty-hour-a-week jobs, living paycheck-to-paycheck, many of them are now New York Times bestselling authors with their own merchandise lines and die-hard fans. Naughty Books follows three such women: an Air Force vet, a telemarketer, and a hospital administrator who became millionaires in under a year by using pen names to sell erotica online. They garnered thousands of fans and secured lucrative book deals with major publishing houses by writing about good girls and bad boys finding love and having steamy sex. However, as more and more people saw writing erotic romance as a quick path to money and fame, the market became saturated with hundreds of romance novels published every month, making success difficult to maintain…


EXCERPT: Naughty Books

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A Documentary by Austen Rachlis

BUY on 6 October 2020 · RENT on 13 October 2020

Naughty Books: A Documentary by Austen Rachlis (2020) is coming to streaming platforms in October, and features bestselling authors Kelli Maine, Laurelin Paige, Kristen Proby, CJ Roberts, and more.

This eye opening documentary about the steamy world of independent romance novels follows three self-published authors wrestling with the ups and downs following sudden success. They garnered thousands of fans and secured lucrative book deals with major publishing houses by writing about good girls and bad boys finding love and having steamy sex. However, as more and more people saw writing erotic romance as a quick path to money and fame, the market became saturated with hundreds of romance novels published every month, making success difficult to maintain…

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