Jul 30 2009
Me And David Faber are Birds of an Authorial Feather
What we have in common is that we are both Wiley authors. I’m quite sure, however, that he’s a top tier guy that Wiley is willing to put some weight behind in terms of marketing and promotions. I, on the other hand, am basically left to plug my book entirely on my own.
But I have been invited to David’s book signing:
Come hear “And Then the Roof Caved In” author David Faber of CNBC speak on July 30 at the 5th Avenue Barnes and Noble. Stick around for a book signing following the talk.
The event begins at 6:30pm at:
Barnes & Noble 5th Avenue
555 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10017, 212-697-3048
Find out more at http://store-locator.barnesandnoble.com/event/61998
About the Book:
And Then the Roof Caved In skillfully explores the causes and consequences of the recent financial collapse. Written by David Faberâ€”the award-winning CNBC correspondentâ€”this compelling account is filled with the candid reflections of the people who brought the crisis to life. Expanded from the CNBC documentary that the New York Times called “broad, comprehensive, and compelling,” and that Frank Rich noted as “superbly done,” this book is a must-read.
I haven’t read the book myself – at least not yet. Maybe Wiley will send a free copy to one of their authors. I’m not holding my breath, though. Interestingly, the reviews on Amazon are barbelled – meaning there are a lot of 5s and a lot of 1s. I’m sure part of thatÂ is the usual celebrity bashing, but I’ll leave you toÂ your own judgements.
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