4 Replies to “Some Sing, Some Cry Read Along”

  1. Ifa Bayeza here! Thank you for including my novel, Some Sng, Some Cry, co-authored with my sister Ntozake, in your read-along! It’s about music and African muscality, so in a way it is meant to be experienced aloud. Please let me know how it goes.

    1. Welcome Ms. Bayeza! I’ll be tweeting with a fellow Booktuber about Some Sing, some Cry on Saturdays, so you can catch us there from 4-5pm Eastern Time if you’d like to join in. Stephen and I will be doing a live show discussion on Google Hangout at the end of the month too. Would you be interested in joining in on the live show to talk about your book?

      1. Tme permiting, I would love to, Didi (if I may). I am very interested in readers’ organic responses to the work. This would be an ideal forum. Also, I am working on some musical adaptations and would like to guage interest. So much of the story is France-based, you add a whole new dimension in commentary. So far have not gotten any feedback on how those sections are working. Looking forward to the experience.

        1. I totally understand. You can watch the live show on You Tube at the end of the month. I’ll be discussing the book with a fellow Booktuber but our viewers will be asking questions and commenting on screen. There you will surely get loads of spontaneous critique. Hope you’ll be able to watch. 🙂

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