DoubleDay Book Club - Took over Black Expressions, but got rid of all African American material
I was a loyal customer of Black Expressions.I loved that there was a place that I could go that had such a large selection of books by African American authors.
Because of this, I was saddened to learn that the website was taken over by Double Day. I decided to just suck it up and deal with it, but after browsing Double Day's website I discovered that they got rid of African American material. There was no Zane, Eric Jerome Dickey, or Carl Weber-all top African American authors.
They could have just cancelled my membership altogether when they took over instead of sending me featured selections of books that I have absolutely no interest in from authors I have never heard of.I have no clue why they chose to wipe out the availability of African American material but it is a shame.
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