Libby Hughes is an author, editor and playwright. She has freelanced for major newspapers in Africa and Asia. For ten years Libby was a drama critic and feature writer for a chain of newspapers on Cape Cod. She edited Ginger Rogers' autobiography and won the Maxwell Anderson Playwritghts Series in 1984. She has written biographies for young readers of such noted personalities as Nelson Mandela, Colin Powell and Margaret Thatcher. Simon and Shuester and Desert Stargield Productions have published her children's books. After writing about many notable people she decided to turn her attention to Tiger Woods, the spectacularly successful young golfer who had attracted legions of young people to the game. His book was noted as being highly readable with may photos, extensive bibliography and glossary of golfing terms. Libby is listed in the "Who's Who in American Women," "Who's Who in America," and the "World's Who's Who of Women." She resides in Cape Cod, writing books and showing her champion Rhodesian Ridgebacks.