By Nolan Feeney
June 29, 2015

On Monday Fifty Shades of Grey author E.L. James became the latest example of audience participation gone wrong. The emoticon-prone author stopped by Twitter’s U.K. headquarters for a Q&A session, mostly to questions about what music inspires her or which scenes from the book were the hardest and easiest to write. But she also got a lot of questions about the quality of her writing, the novels’ Twilight inspirations and whether or not she glorifies domestic abuse. Though the Twitter interview ended hours ago, questions are still pouring in. Here’s a sampling of what James (or the person screening her questions) saw today:

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