A newly released ebook, "Fifty Shades of Grey Decoded," is rapidly climbing the Amazon sales charts. Unlike numerous parodies of the No. 1 best seller, author M. Alan's book is a cheat sheet for men out of his own desire to understand what made the book so appealing to millions of women.
Apparently the author is striking a chord with men and women. "Decoded" recently appeared in Times Square http://bit.ly/OxZjXq and has been chatted up on bogs, websites, etc.
Alan wrote the guide because many of his male friends compared notes and found that while almost all of their wives or girlfriends were reading it and they were benefitting from increased romantic activity, none of them knew anything about it.
Alan says, "My friends and I have reaped the benefits of the effect 'Fifty Shades of Grey' has had on our significant other. I thought it only fair that I read the book and discover what made this book such a runaway best seller."
After reading all three books, M. Alan boiled it down to "seven keys" that will help any man to maximize the experience and, in a way, role play along with his wife/girlfriend.
According to Alan, "I knew I was on the right path when seven women, including my wife, reviewed it and said I had nailed it. Let's face it, the reality is that few men are going to read a 500-page book about a romance. My goal in creating this book was to help other men save time while becoming more responsive to the mind-set and fantasies brought on by 'Fifty Shades of Grey.'"
Alan is a husband and father, residing in the Southwest.
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