Welcome to the final week’s discussion of…
But Will You Love Me Tomorrow?: An Oral History of the ’60s Girl Groups by Laura Flam and Emily Sieu Liebowitz
For the final week of our October book club, please read Part 8. Then, head to the comments below to share your thoughts about what we read!
We’ll meet over Zoom to discuss the full book this Thursday, November 2nd at 4:30pm EDT. We are so excited the authors of this month’s pick, Laura Flam and Emily Sieu Liebowitz, will be joining us! Visit the Book Club Discussion page for more details!
Here is how you can obtain a copy of But Will You Love Me Tomorrow?: An Oral History of the ’60s Girl Groups by Laura Flam and Emily Sieu Liebowitz:
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Are you new to the book club? Joining is easy! Follow these simple steps:
- Obtain a copy of the current book.
- Read the book club article (updated every Tuesday) to find out the assigned chapters for each week.
- After reading a section of the book, share your thoughts in the comments section of this article below.
- Finally, at the end of the month, join us on Zoom for our group discussion with fellow readers. (The next Zoom session will take place this Thursday, November 2nd at 4:30pm EDT. Click here for more details!)
What did you think of parts 6-7? Comment below to share your thoughts!