Converting to An Audio Book

I received an e-mail this morning from a woman who asked if I might be making Lessons In Stalking available as an audio book any time soon.  Her mom had a stroke 3 years ago and now listens to most books on audio.  But, she described her mom as "that crazy cat lady" who used to have 7 cats and still has 3, and who would love the humor in the book.  So I'm going to spend part of today researching how to make this happen.  It's always been in the back of my mind as a "I need to look into that someday," but I'm taking this e-mail as a nudge from the Universe that it's time to make it happen.  Actually, it's a double nudge, because yesterday I was reading my online newsletter from Dan Poynter, and a blurb about marketing your book not only as a paper book, but also as an audio book, e-book, etc. caught my attention.  I blew it off, but combined with this morning's e-mail, it seems someone is trying to tell me something.