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ASWIFTT Writer’s Guild Founders Talk About Their Upcoming Book Release

What About Our Children FRT CVRJoin ASWIFTT Authors Brenda Johnson Padgitt, Eunice Bridges and Glenda Fields on ASWIFTT PUBLISHING Literary Segment on “In The Author’s Corner With Etienne” on Saturday, May 9, 2015 at 4 pm EST, 3 pm CST as they promote their upcoming book release “What About Our Children?” The book promotion is also in conjunction with their 5th Anniversary in business on June 30, 2015.  They will commemorate their milestone with their co-authored book “What About Our Children?” to be released on June 15, 2015.  The book is a special publication that is dear to each author and founder.  It takes a look at the various issues children and teens face while growing up.  The content in the book tackles subjects such as bullying, child abuse, sibling rivalry, children of divorce, teen pregnancies, sexually transmitted diseases, foster care, orphans, teen violence and more.  Brenda, Eunice and Glenda also direct parents, guardians and caregivers to resources and organizations that can help them.  This book was written to encourage readers to get involved and become strong advocates for children because “It Takes A Village To Raise A Child.”

Brenda Johnson Padgitt is an author, publisher, teacher, entrepreneur and insurance broker whose latest book is titled “Pass The Salt Please! Seasoned Believers Add Flavor To Your Life.” Eunice Bridges is an author, playwright and movie producer whose latest book is titled “Eunice Bridges Poetry Collection: Volume I.”  Glenda Fields is a licensed minister, evangelist and author whose latest book is titled “Get Over It! Heal! Move On!: Facing The Enemy Within.”

You can pre-order “What About Our Children?” for $12.95 from:

ASWIFTT PUBLISHING, LLC, P.O. Box 380669, Duncanville,Texas 75138, or E-mail: books@aswifttpublishing.com

To find out more about ASWIFTT Writer’s Guild and its founders you can visit: http://www.aswifttwritersguild.com

For more information about this broadcast e-mail Brenda Johnson Padgitt at: info@aswifttpublishing.com or Etienne Gibbs at: execandgroup@gmail.com

 

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ASWIFTT PUBLISHING To Release Silent Cry by Eunice Bridges August 15, 2012

Silent Cry by Eunice Bridge

About the Book……………….

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ASWIFTT PUBLISHING, LLC to release Silent Cry by Eunice Bridges on August 15, 2012.  Silent Cry is a fiction story about a young girl named Becky who is deaf and a victim of domestic violence. Becky, not her real name, represents male and female people who develop the merry-go-round syndrome of life. Becky finds herself repeatedly accepting physical, mental and verbal abuse when life holds so much more meaning. Why do people adapt themselves to repeatedly ride the merry-go-round abuse of any kind? FEAR! Fear is a way of tormenting us into staying in a locked down prison cell in a relationship. News Flash! There is a way of escape; you just have to be strong enough to walk through the opened door.  Unreported domestic violence becomes a silent killer when the victim fails to reach out for help. It is also a family tragedy when both victim and perpetrator go without help and professional counseling.

Eunice Bridges

About the Author…………….

Eunice Bridges has written songs, poetry and short films. She is the Founder and Executive Director of EB’s Flip the Script Productions.  Eunice established EB’s Flip the Script Productions based on her real life experiences. Her new beginning has enabled her to move forward in ministering her written works of art in a media format, such as DVDs and films. Eunice’s passion is to write her life experiences to build, encourage and edify all people. Ms. Bridges is the mother of three children and the grandmother of seven. Eunice is the Co-Founder of ASWIFTT Writer’s Guild. She produced the film “The Prayer of a Righteous Seed” and has written “Destiny of Flight” and “A Day Like Mine.” For more information about Eunice visit her website at: www.ebsflipit.com

 
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