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Ronda Rich


Ronda Rich has appeared on dozens of television shows from The View, Fox Sports, CNN, Turner Broadcasting, regional television as well as co-hosting a cooking show with friend, Barbara Dooley, for public television. Please click on the links below to view a few samples of Ronda on television:

Good Day, Atlanta

View On YouTube - Ronda discusses Mama’s recent death and Aunt Ozelle’s Glorious Macaroni and Cheese

Dixie Divas Cooking Show

  There's A Better Day A-Comin'
"Chock full of uplifting, encouraging stories of people, both famous and not, who crashed against a wall of adversity but didn’t give up. Instead, they pushed through – with the odds against them – to find a better day. This book, with an inspiring, powerful tone, reminds readers of one of life's most enduring truths: Regardless of how hard times get, better days always come again."

What the critics had to say:
What Southern Women Know (That Every Woman Should):
"Ronda Rich engagingly makes her case with hillarious anecdotes about Dixie chicks who have succeeded in life by applying their Steel Magnolia principles." People Magazine

"Scarlett O'Hara couldn't have said it better." Atlanta Journal Constitution
"A funny, provocative must read for all women." Charlotte Observer

What Southern Women Know About Faith:
National Best-seller!
"Rich laces each amusing chapter with the grittiness of a genuine, rock solid faith in God…Rich’s treatise on faith will afford her readers a helping, heaping dose of good old Southern hospitality. Bless her heart." Publisher’s Weekly

My Life in The Pits:
"One of the greatest sports books ever written." The New York Times

"Rich has plenty of storytelling verve and insider's knowledge...she excels at bringing to life the big players."
Kirkus Reviews

The Town That Came A-Courtin'
"Sweet, funny, with all the flavor and charm of a good old fashioned love story!" Sela Ward, Emmy Award Winning Actress

"Filled with romance and flirting, with courtship, plot turns and more charms than a debutante ball."
Asheville Citizen-Times, North Carolina