“Gregory Henry is the rare breed of publicist who can both sensitively attend to his client’s needs and bulldoggishly fight to ensure they get the best media placement possible. Any author would be lucky to have him on their team.”
– Shannon Donnelly, Macmillan, HarperCollins, and Random House, and freelance marketer

“Having Gregory on my book publicity team was incredibly gratifying and the best decision I made for my book’s success. His work on my behalf produced several articles and interviews. He consistently went above and beyond the call to make sure my book was in the hands of the right media and he pitched chapters which were published as excerpts. In every verbal and email communication, he was the consummate professional making me feel heard, supported, and validated as an earnest writer with a first memoir. I loved working with Gregory and will likely work with him on my next book project.
–Shonda Buchanan, author of Black Indian (pre-order now for August 2019)

“I feel so incredibly lucky to have worked with Gregory Henry on publicity for Bad Marie. He went above and beyond–he planned amazing events and got my novel into the hands of all the right book critics, landing me reviews in Time and Esquire. He pitched a profile piece about nannies in fiction, which resulted in a feature in The New York Times. Working with Gregory, I made connections in the literary world that I continue to enjoy. Gregory Henry is an original thinker and a pleasure to work with. He can make wonders happen. Hire him if you can.”
–Marcy Dermansky, author of Bad Marie and Very Nice 

“Gregory will treat your book as if it were his own, and fight long and hard on its behalf. And do so with good humor and good will.”
–Maureen Ogle, author of Ambitious Brew: The Story of American Beer

“Gregory was a dream, truly. I loved his clear and steady communication–I never had to wonder or worry what was happening, because he kept me in the loop. The way he hustled for me and celebrated our victories made me feel he was a true champion for my books.”
–Katrina Kittle, author of The Blessings of the Animals