Fifty Shades: One Year On

June 3rd, 2013 | Posted by latersbabyuk in Blog - (0 Comments)

Fifty Shades Anniversary Poem

 

Fifty Shades One Year On..

I can’t believe a year has passed since reading Fifty Shades.
My family is still dealing with the impact that it made.

No dinners cooked, no laundry done, the house went all to pot.
Three silver books were my whole life, I simply couldn’t stop.

Christian Grey and Ana Steele consumed my waking hours.
Would she sign the contract when she wanted ‘Hearts & Flowers’?

I loved their email banter, their fights and make ups too.
And in the Red Room, goodness me, there’s stuff I never knew!

The Tie, The Mask, The Key (or cuffs), through all three tomes I rushed.
My knees nipped tight together and my face a little flushed.

Their tale was ❤ LOVE ❤ and romance, ’twas this that held us captive.
It was just an added bonus that their sex life was so active.

I finished Freed and was distraught – an addict needing more.
I went online and trawled the net. Where was number four?

A fruitless search, but found instead some other greysessed girls.
Hurrah! I wasn’t on my own. My Inner Goddess twirled.

I spent hours and hours AND HOURS, sourcing funny pics.
Photos of amazing cakes and Red Room Lego bricks!

Book signing queues and Twitter meet ups, Christmas parties off the chart.
The year’s had so much in it, from Silver Balls to Art.

But best of all, are friends I’ve made through reading Fifty Shades.
So heartfelt thanks & GREYt big hugs, go out to E L James xx

Hello Fellow Fifty Shades Fans!

September 24th, 2012 | Posted by latersbabyuk in Home - (0 Comments)

The Fifty Shades Trilogy - UK Front Covers

Hello!

Welcome to the brand spanking (oh yes) new Laters Baby site. As you may already know I’m a huge devotee of E L James’ Fifty Shades trilogy and had the good fortune to meet some fabulous people (including the good lady herself), in person and online who are equally besotted with the books. I hope to meet more of you here!

There are many of us who wish to discuss the books, weigh up the merits of the various actors and actresses bandied about for the roles in the films, admire (cough ahem) the physiques of said actors and the like, all of which can take place here. I only ask that you keep the language and content relatively PG. E L James set a marvellous example of writing explicitly without being distasteful, and I’d like us to continue in that vein.

Many thanks and have fun!

Laters Baby xx