London authoress E. L. James, real name Erika Mitchell who was once described by Time Magazine as a shy housewife, knows the kind of men women would love. James created a 'fantasy man' in poor little billionaire Christian Grey, but tells the world that "men who do the dishes" are the kind that are liked more by women. Speaking at the book signing event of the fourth "Fifty Shades" - "Grey", which gives Christian Grey's point of view in New York, James revealed that women like men who help them in the kitchen.

The 52 year old writer, bred in Buckinghamshire, shot to fame with the biggest erotica best-seller trilogy 'Fifty Shades Of Grey', followed by 'Fifty Shades Of Darker' and 'Fifty Shades Freed' and now 'Grey', that narrates Christian Grey's point of view.

The latest novel by James has been in news and is widely anticipated for presenting the complexities in the mind of Grey. The Hollywood franchise of her first novel 'Fifty Shades Of Grey', starring Jamie Dornan as Grey and Dakota Johnson, has been the biggest hit of the year.

Fans of the best sellers queued up at prominent book stores to get a signed book from the author. Most readers were keen to know what prompted James to write about Grey's mind. James revealed that she was inundated with requests to write about the intriguing character Grey. She said that women like if their partners cleaned the dirty dishes rather than got the "bedroom's dirty."

Married to screenwriter Niall Leonard, James insists that women would be rather elated if their partners are more considerate towards the household chores, something as simple as doing the dishes.

In Garden City Hotel in New York, where James was speaking about her book, her fans were surprise that the celebrated writer believes in simple relationships. Mother of two sons aged 21 and 18, James still finds sufficient time in bury herself in a 'rabbit hole' to prolifically write.

Ever since the novel was released on the 18th of June, (which is the birthday of fictitious Christian Grey), James has been attending book signing events in USA. Colleen Hoover, owner of The Bookworm Box in Texas sold as many as 500 tickets for the events. The proceedings generated at the signing event will be donated for a charitable cause.