Wednesday, November 6, 2013

I Am Not A Loan Blog

Folks, I've been away on vacation, hence one of the reasons I haven't written as much lately. (I'm also, as most of you know, finishing up my book for Seven Stories Pres, so that project is keeping me very, very busy). In any event, I wanted to share this new blog from Ed Trust - I Am Not A Loan - with everyone. I've added it to my blog roll, and encourage you to check it out.

15 comments:

Anonymous said...

Cryn,

Is there any hope or information on the student loan crisis front? I was with you at the beginning of 2013 when you said, "This is our year!" But it seems like everything has just gone cold. Things are not getting better - they're getting worse. I'm not asking for any kind of handout, but I am asking for a reasonable way to be able to repay my private loans. I took out the debt and I want to repay it... but with the way things are set up and can change without notice, it is becoming impossible. Do we have any hope??

Cryn Johannsen said...

Hi there, yes, I do have hope. I am always cautiously optimistic. I think you are right, however. Things, unfortunately, are getting worse for a lot of borrowers. And DC, along with entrenched interests, aren't paying attention still. That said, I have been to some talks and they know there is a crisis on their hands. Right now, they continue to spin it in order to claim that there isn't really a problem. But this is just a way to try and avoid it, and now the opponents have to actually defend the position that there isn't really a problem, something they didn't do before, because they could ignore. Don't give up hope. I know it's tough.

Cryn Johannsen said...

Hi there, yes, I do have hope. I am always cautiously optimistic. I think you are right, however. Things, unfortunately, are getting worse for a lot of borrowers. And DC, along with entrenched interests, aren't paying attention still. That said, I have been to some talks and they know there is a crisis on their hands. Right now, they continue to spin it in order to claim that there isn't really a problem. But this is just a way to try and avoid it, and now the opponents have to actually defend the position that there isn't really a problem, something they didn't do before, because they could ignore. Don't give up hope. I know it's tough.

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H said...

CRYN, THE WORK YOU ARE DOING IS TRAILBLAZING. YEARS FROM NOW, YOU WILL GO DOWN IN HISTORY BOOKS AS SOMEONE WHO HELPED SOLVED THE EDUCATION PROBLEM IN AMERICA. i CANNOT WAIT TO READ YOUR BOOK AND WOULD LIKE YOU TO DO A SEQUEL TO IT ALSO. :) yOU HAVE TAKEN ON SO MUCH THAT OTHERS ARE AFRAID OF, THIS PROBLEM NEEDS TO BE SOLVED AND I BELIEVE YOU ARE JUST THE ONE TO DO IT. i WILL ALSO HELP YOU ANYWAY I CAN.

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