Forget blindfolds and red rooms of pain because Fifty Shades of Grey author E.L. James isn't planning to get raunchy in her latest project.
The multi-millionaire revealed that she plans to write a less racy novel as a follow up to her wildly successful series of erotic fiction - and she may even write under a pseudonym to avoid associations with her sexy past works.
At the star studded Vanity Fair Oscars party the author told the MailOnline that she's struggling with her sudden stardom, revealing her sons are proud but very embarrassed by the nature of her work.
She told the MailOnline, "I've got so many ideas for my next book. But it will be much less raunchy and I will probably write it under another name and be done with it."
The literary powerhouse earned a staggering $9.8million but she's set to earn even more when the highly anticipated film version of her trilogy is released.
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