Fifty Shades and Then Some!
But the concept of what it is exactly is kind of the fun part of this experiment. If someone downloads this and reads it and doesn't hate it, they might go their whole lives no knowing how it was put together. Which is a fun idea.
Also, only because this is a success are we allowed to get really high minded about the concept and execution. If we had gotten into the top 10 on the first night and then disappeared the only thing we would have said was "OMG LOL! That was awesome! We trolled so hard!"
Pub Buzz: What’s next in your publishing career? "Diamond Club Part II"? Other innovations? Or just a good laugh?
Brian Brushwood: I suppose that's up to the chatrealm... If the book continues to run away like this, then maybe we'll try again. We've already uncovered some genuine fans of the book who had absolutely no idea that there was anything tricky about its release. It'd be a shame to leave them wanting more...
Justin Robert Young: I would love to do something else in the eBook world like this. But I think if we did Diamond Club II it wouldn't be the same. That being said, there is some REALLY funny shit in the Diamond Club. I would love to give some of the writers who contributed another platform.