With Fifty Shades of Greyness they Expect me to be an Expert in this Niche too…!
Having just completed a 3 part Training Program on “How to Become an Expert in your Niche Sooner or Later? Final Part 3…” I attended a Google Hangout recently consisting of four ladies and myself when for some reason they hit on a story I was telling them, but unfortunately it kept breaking up at crucial moments. They said that I was enjoying telling this story and they were enjoying listening to it too!
Other comments included:-
- A thoroughly enjoyable (but very hot) hangout with Beth Hewitt, Rachel Hall, Dale Ivory, Marty Simons (and John Barton). John is writing a new book called “50 Shades of Greyness.” (DON’T ASK ME WHERE THIS IDEA CAME FROM!)
- It was brilliant, lots of great tips from Beth and a hilarious time with John
- We had “So much fun!” and “So were we, what we could hear of it!”
Response – “Well folks thank you all for your comments – it was a great Hangout and it appears that the greatest parts of the fun were those bits which somehow were cut out. Is there a censor in the Hangout? Beth what a great title for my book! It looks as though by public demand a clarification of the sequence of events is essential!” (By writing my book!). Actually a blog!
Let me see if I am able to clarify things A LITTLE BY REFERRING TO COMMENTS ON THE ORIGINAL BOOK!
- “Romantic, liberating and totally addictive, Fifty Shades of Grey is a novel that will obsess you, possess you, and stay with you for ever.”
- Response – although the Hangout was “liberating and totally addictive” that would be about as far as I wish to go! I was trying to convey that a gentleman like myself, in the presence of such intelligent ladies must always be somewhat circumspect in what we say. I mean that we “don’t want to put our foot in it!” When I try to explain something I do my best to think about what I say and hopefully convey the essence of what it is all about! Comprende! OR am I digging myself a bigger hole!!
It’s one of the most famous quotes in history. At some point around 1789, when being told that her French subjects had no bread, Marie-Antoinette (bride of France’s King Louis XVI) supposedly sniffed, “Qu’ils mangent de la brioche”—“Let them eat cake.”
- “When literature student Anastasia Steele interviews successful entrepreneur Christian Grey, she finds him very attractive and deeply intimidating. Convinced that their meeting went badly, she tries to put him out of her mind – until he turns up at the store where she works part-time, and invites her out.”