I FEEL ILL

Now, you know me. I’m not one of those anti-freedom of speech, book-burning, righteous hatred types. I’ve even heard you say it. “That Lee, he’s not one of those anti-freedom of speech, book-burning, righteous hatred types,” I’ve heard you say. “Complete fuck-knuckle, but not an anti-freedom of speech, book burning, righteous hatred type.”

The thought of this book being published, people buying it, and this man making money from it all makes me so angry I feel ill.

It’s a small gesture, but as long as I see this book on a bookshop’s shelves, I will not be spending my money in that store.

And it appears that I’m not the only one to react with disgust:

Here

And here.

2 thoughts on “

  1. So your safest option it to buy a book from a bookstore that won’t stock books by negro authors.I understand there are a few of those in Perth (regrettably)Iain (being provocative after a boring day filing.)

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  2. I did find it amusing that the ‘new books similar to this one’ bit included one YA psychic mystery and 2 Mills & Boon type books.

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