Sudie Crouch is a writer, author, speaker, mother, certified life coach and lover of chocolate, cheesecake, pigs and dogs that eat her furniture. Sudie’s column, “Mama Said There’d be Days Like This” appears weekly in the ‘Dawson Community News’ and bi-weekly in the ‘Forsyth County News’ and just recently won its third humorous column award.

Sudie also has been a contributor to the Georgia Writer’s Association newsletter, “The Authority” as well as “Paw Prints on my Heart”, a collection benefiting the Lumpkin County Humane Society.

She is currently putting together workshops focusing on the sisterhood among women so she can start her own non-profit to help women better themselves and their family. Her Mama has told her she needs to go to law school so she could finally have a ‘real job’. She is thinking her Mama may have been right but would never, under any circumstances, tell her so.

In her spare time, which is rare and fleeting, she sleeps.

4 thoughts on “About

  1. From heart-warming, just perfectly worded, readables that truly warm your heart, and enable you to deal with that SAME ridiculously nasty customer for the third day in a row with a smile, to the real deal: a loving woman in a world, embracing her family, her everyday life with a smile (and a BIG glass of wine), and a drive to succeed, you never leave Supassi’s stories without FEELING…..!!!!

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