|Title:||Ronda Rich papers|
|Quantity:||0.6 Linear feet (1 document box, 1 half box)|
Ronda Rich, an eleventh-generation Southerner, is the bestselling author of "What Southern Women Know (That Every Woman Should)" and a popular national columnist. She is a regular contributor to Georgia Public Television and Radio and speaks with Southern charm and humor at over a hundred events each year. She has appeared on dozens of television and radio shows. Ronda and her dachshund, Dixie Dew, make their home among the red clay hills of her native homeland where both spend a significant amount of time on the back porch. Ronda Rich website - Bio http://www.rondarich.com (Retrieved September 3, 2009)
The collection consists of a manuscript of "What southern women know (that every woman should know)," rewrites, Reid's edit (a friend of Ms. Rich who agreed to edit the manuscript), 2nd revisions, 3rd revisions, final version as sent to Putnam on January 30, 1999, proofs of "What southern women know about flirting," and proofs from "The town that came a-courtin'."
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Ronda Rich papers. MS 3026. Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, The University of Georgia Libraries.