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Preview: Comments on Color Online: Interview: Author Carleen Brice

Comments on Color Online: Interview: Author Carleen Brice





Updated: 2017-11-14T14:08:42.330-05:00

 



Are we ready? I am. Can't wait for our discuss...

2010-02-05T06:29:27.332-05:00

Are we ready? I am. Can't wait for our discussion.



This was a great interview.

2010-02-04T18:22:08.646-05:00

This was a great interview.



Wow! Thank you all for all this love! I'm very...

2010-02-04T15:25:33.797-05:00

Wow! Thank you all for all this love! I'm very honored!



Great interview--so happy to meet the mastermind b...

2010-02-03T19:10:13.549-05:00

Great interview--so happy to meet the mastermind behind White Readers Meet..As a transracial adoptive parent my interest in piqued indeed. Thank you CO for this heads up. (OK I have to admit I have some fear about the character not knowing she is adopted--but I'll have to go and find out if that is in the story or not!!)



Ah I can't beleive you are havng a discussion ...

2010-02-03T18:21:56.970-05:00

Ah I can't beleive you are havng a discussion of the book on Friday! Ok I have to start reading so I can participate.

Great interview! Carleen is amazing and I love White Readers Meet Black Authors :D I'm so glad Carleen is writing storeis that she wants to read because I want to read them too, diverse stories that are not just black and white (although I'm not growing up in such a diverse environment sadly). Ugh the African american section of bookstores annoys me. Just have the books all together!

I'll be sure to record Sins of the Mother =)



Children of Waters was already on my reading-list,...

2010-02-02T20:40:04.370-05:00

Children of Waters was already on my reading-list, now I can't wait to dive in! Thank you Doret and Carleen for all the insight you provided.

"Too often black authors are marketed only to black readers..." <=== That is something I never understood either. Or their books are only targeted to public libraries (that can afford them) and school libraries, for Black History Month...

When I hand-sold books, the ethnicity of the author was never a problem. The first step is for the bookseller to read the book so he/she can recommend it accordingly. I hope that they receive enough ARCs...



great interview, definitely something i'd like...

2010-02-02T16:39:29.088-05:00

great interview, definitely something i'd like to read :)



Becker - I am so jealous you must blog about it an...

2010-02-01T23:15:31.444-05:00

Becker - I am so jealous you must blog about it and take pictures.

Orange Mint and Honey and Children of the Waters are both great books.

Every Tuesday I need my White Readers Meet Black authors fix.



Thanks for this! Carleen Brice is coming to my lib...

2010-02-01T19:42:13.564-05:00

Thanks for this! Carleen Brice is coming to my library later this month (and Orange, Mint and Honey is on my TBR SOON pile), it's great to read a bit more about her.



Great interview, ladies! Carleen's a shining ...

2010-02-01T14:34:34.762-05:00

Great interview, ladies! Carleen's a shining example of an author who gets her own work done AND finds time and energy to monitor the publishing industry AND promote other authors...she's amazing!



One of my favorite things about Carleen's wond...

2010-02-01T13:37:44.988-05:00

One of my favorite things about Carleen's wonderful books is that they depict a complex world with meaningful issues and beautifully developed characters in a way that is accessible to a wide, diverse audience. Thank you for this interview!