Betty White in Person
By Betty White
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"I reread BETTY WHITE IN PERSON and I was fascinated, naturally—because it was about ME. But I was also intrigued by my perspective of TV twenty-five years ago, little dreaming that this old broad would still be hanging around and still be in the same business, and talking about an electronic edition of this book!" This is the the first book Betty wrote by herself, which was written during the production of "The Golden Girls." "I soon discovered," she writes, "in the course of this adventure, that there is no way to report on your feelings and opinions without getting personal." Betty shares about the people she was closest to, about what in this world makes her laugh, what makes her cry, what she hates and what she loves. In this book you will also discover that the woman behind the endearing celebrity has always been one and the same, and that her singular radiance of energy and enthusiasm springs from a vast and generous heart. The lady is also modestly wicked-smart, a factor which has played no small role in her ability to make us laugh so hard and for so long.