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I've written three published memoirs, one on my days as a student activist, one on my bried career as a public defender, and just now one on getting laid off and finding meaning teaching immigrants. I take notes on my life as I live it. When the book comes out, I worry that colleagues included in it (they know who they are, even if names are omitted or changed) will feel that I was a spy at work, that I had a hidden agenda, that I wasn't who I seemed to be -- even tho I say nothing bad about anyone. Some people do feel betrayed. Most are thrilled to be in a book and wish me all the best. How do you feel about this issue, and how do you handle it?