My library, the Richland library, administered by the city council under the direction of a five-member board, has several shelves of biographies. The director separated them from the ordinary filing system according to the celebrity not by author. The person does not always author her/his own life story. I noticed Lucy for instance was the subject of four separate books. Four different people each looking at the success of Lucy in their own way because from each angle her life took on a different dimension. Remember the I Love Lucy show? Probably not. Try Google. She was funny and lovable character with clever script writers. How could we schedule anything else on the night of Lucys program? No recorders that we could use to play back our favorite programs in those days. Quite a difference now. Those reads will be quite a change from the fiction that I gravitate to although I wonder how much fiction is woven into the so-called biographies. I was interviewed today for a profile feature in an in-house newsletter. Even from the list of facts the reporter took down I expect to see some fiction in the story because some of my answers were a complete surprise to him and yet I have worked with him for 12 years. I suppose I could write my own biography – ME. Eighty-two years around the world. Wow, could I put some exciting stuff in that!