If 50 Shades is So Popular… How About 50 Shadows?


Ah, I see I have a couple new followers. *BIG GRIN* Not sure what that means but I think it means support. I’m currently excavating the T-rated version of this… that oddly allows more violence than intimate encounters of the more loving variety. I can get that up at some point after this one is done. But if you’re curious about what my very first published in print book may be and you’re groovy with drop-down menus to switch chapters… here it is:


I have some lovely reviews/commentary. The ones I adore are the helpful style that either treat the novel per chapter as if watching the original program, or giving insight as to what was enjoyed. Of course, this version of the original program would likely only air on stations like Showtime, Playboy or perhaps the wee hours of HBO. I’m thinking more of a meld, really. Because I generally do not enjoy pornography I had to get around certain shynesses of my own when this couple took me over to arrange a rough draft of what they would experience after almost 200 years of repressed romance.

I managed to steer clear of any vulgar word usage to deal with that aspect.

This time around it blended beautifully for me into a tale of ups and downs. This is the end result of our hope and horizon to The Pit of Ultimate Dark Shadows. (I express that in the summary.)

And yes, it has healed our marriage as mentioned in my previous journal post here. I truly believe I have never put together anything so good in my entire life… but I still blush. These two took me over, as well as Willie Loomis. They did.

The only flaws I’m looking for are possible needs for descriptions in setting, costume and physical persons. Otherwise, enjoyment, pleasure, “Thanks for the lovely evening”… words to that effect would be marvelous. (And directly here, on facebook, or via email is fine if that is preferred.)

It currently has 32 Chapters, including an authors’ note as to how it all came into being. It’s all in first person but that first person switches per chapter and I have been cautious to clue-in who is speaking in the first paragraph of each. Still, one must sip and not rush through it. I was told it’s like a fine wine or cognac; to be taken slowly. As it is partially inspired by the writings of Vladimir Nabokov I suppose it would have to be.

Strangely enough they are vampires, but less sun-fearing and no sparkles. Also they do have sex, and yes, they are having a baby. But just one… a very important one. ❤

Enjoy… ^_^

Margaret Josette Dupres (A Novel)


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