Yes, this is me, making "bunny ears" behind the stack of books sitting next to me. The habits of grade school die hard. And the habits of high school. And college. I always made the best, most convincing bunny ears. You'd swear it was a real bunny.
Bryan has performed stand-up comedy in New York City’s numerous comedy clubs, and for this particular book, that gives him a huge advantage, because my book is much funnier with a two-drink minimum. (Many years ago I, too, performed stand-up in New York - I proposed to my wife from the stage of Caroline’s; it was the only time she ever laughed - so it really is a small world, or, if not, certainly a redundant one.)
My marketing plan for the audiobook is to have the audiobook itself call people on their smartphones and say, “Hi! I’m the audio version of Henry Clark’s What We Found in the Sofa and How It Saved the World!
I am very well read! And you should be, too! Download me now!”
I’ve suggested this to Little, Brown’s marketing department. They said they’d get back to me.
Pictured here on the day he sold What We Found in the Sofa. His mood is cautiously optimistic.