59: The Year Of Tiny Food
The trick to becoming a top literary sensation like what I am lies in identifying when the public’s hunger for more books in a particular genre remains unsated.
Genres such as, for example, Gonzo Nutrition. This under-exploited literary form, typified by Morgan Spurlock’s Don’t Eat This Book: Fast Food and the Supersizing of America, involves the author living exclusively on something preposterous such as Big Macs or doner kebabs long beyond the point where it is advisable, desirable, or even remotely funny.
Now, when I’m not crafting literary masterpieces I make a little extra money on the side as a journalist. Not the showy kind you see on television who wear safari suits while a pleasant-looking town explodes in the background. I’m the kind of journalist who operates undercover, as part of the paramiltary wing of the PR industry.