Susie is a full-time freelance writer/author. After the success of her first book, “The Veterinarian’s Wife, a Memoir” (2022) Susie has published a new book, "Something I Said" (2023), a collection of weekly columns she has written over the past several years for her local newspaper, The Newnan-Times Herald. Her columns range from cooking to humor to important conversations and opinions about people and the world around us. They have been so popular with readers she put them in book form for a larger audience to appreciate. Both books are available on Amazon and everywhere books are sold.
She has also been published in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution and Herstryblg.com. She is a member of The Author’s Guild, Atlanta Writing Club, Georgia Writers Association, and 3-Hearts Writing Group.

Find her on:
website: www.susieberta.com

Her children are grown, her husband is a retired veterinarian, and she is retired from a long career as a professional vocalist/performer, having sung for many years with Maestro Robert Shaw and the Grammy-winning Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Chorus and Chamber Chorus, touring Europe with the chorus. She performed in many venues, including Atlanta's Fabulous Fox Theatre in "The Music Man," and the Rialto Theater where she wrote and starred in her one-woman show, "All Grown Up." Later, as an empty nester she earned a BFA degree in Art.
She will never retire from writing.

Other Works

  • Something I Said