‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ author E L James has revealed that she is very different from the sultry characters she’s created in her best-selling novels.
When James was asked about the sexual relationship that made the trilogy bedroom fodder for many at ‘Fifty Shades of Grey: The Classical Album’ event at Manhattan’s Soho House, the married mother of two politely declined.
“I don’t want to comment on that,” People magazine quoted her as telling E! News.
While the books are expected to translate into a blockbuster film franchise, she insisted that Hollywood was never her “intention” and that the huge reception the series received was still shocking to her.
“The books are my fantasy. I wrote them for me, really, and the wonderful thing about doing this is they seem to be other peoples’ fantasies, so I’m not such a pervert,” she added.