I’ll be reading from my new novel “Around Harvard Square” and chatting with CNBC star and double Harvard grad Jim Cramer on April 9th at 7 p.m. at the Barnes & Noble Union Square. The address is 33 East 17th Street, New York City.
If you want to find out more about my book, which predicted the recent college cheating scandal, or chat about other issues around elite institutions and high education, please stop by! If you want to discuss whether an Ivy League education is worth the cost, yes, we’ll be talking about those kinds of issues too. If you just want to talk about fiction, reading and the future of YA literature, this session will be the place to be.
You can buy “Around Harvard Square” on Amazon.
I hope to see you at Barnes & Noble Union Square on April 9th! I’ll be the one signing books. That is, unless Jim signs some of his own bestselling books, in which case I’ll be the guy in black glasses signing books.
My wife, CNBC senior personal finance correspondent Sharon Epperson, posted this on her Facebook page:
My favorite moments at this week’s GOP debate were when my wife, CNBC senior personal finance correspondent Sharon Epperson, challenged the candidates to confront two of the biggest issues facing America: student loans and retirement. Nobody wants to talk about retirement in part because it’s hard to face up to the idea of getting old, and many folks don’t want to talk about student loans because we’re filled with guilt about failing our young. Retirement and student loans may not be sexy subjects, but they are just the kind of important issues candidates need to grapple with during an election year. “This country has over $100 billion in student loan defaults–that’s billion with a b,” Sharon said during the debates, before posing her question. “What will you do to make sure that students, their families, taxpayers, won’t feel the economic impact of this burden for generations?” Here are the videos of the questions Sharon posed to the GOP candidates.