Last weekend, after a rip-roaring week of racing around New York at BEA, it was “Reading Time.” The Monday night of the show, I was at a dinner where Mark Shriver spoke about his book, A GOOD MAN, a memoir about his father, Sargent Shriver, which just came out last week. After his father passed away, people would stop and tell him that his father had been “a good man.” Mark looks at what that means in this book. It looks beyond his dad’s role as founder of the Peace Corps and co-founder with his mother of the Special Olympics, and instead looks at the person he knew as dad. It makes you think about what people will remember about you. And for Mark, it’s a lot of little things that made his dad great, as well as the big things people know him for.