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ASWIFTT Writer’s Guild Founders, Brenda Johnson Padgitt, Eunice Bridges and Glenda Fields and will celebrate 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.”
About The Authors: 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.” To find out more about ASWIFTT Writer’s Guild and its founders you can visit: http://www.aswifttwritersguild.com
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: email@example.com
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ASWIFTT PUBLISHING, LLC has always focused on producing and publishing unique and quality works that educate, entertain, enlighten and uplift audiences while contributing to the Literary, Visual and Performing Arts. Our family collection educates and deals with issues that affect the family. Our authors who add to this collection have done an awesome job delivering content that transforms and heals. Our readers in turn are educated, entertained, enlightened and uplifted. It is the mission of ASWIFTT PUBLISHING, LLC to continue to bring unique and quality content from talented and gifted authors and contributors in the Literary, Visual & Performing Arts.
by Eunice Bridges
“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.
My Baby Sister
by Brenda Johnson Padgitt
“My Baby Sister” is a children’s fiction book about Danielle who learns that being a big sister can be really cool. When she was 5 years old her mother announced that a baby sister or brother was on the way. Danielle’s mother was pregnant with her baby sister. Danielle was excited at first until all the attention went on Kayla. As Kayla began to crawl and then walk Danielle did not like the hitting, biting and kicking that Kayla did to her. Danielle finally learned how to turn the sibling rivalry around.
A Child’s Laughter
by Eunice Bridges
It is a fiction book based on a story of a young couple trying to live life without direction. Geneva finds herself as a single mom, facing court drama because of the neglect of her child. J.D. finds himself waltzing in and out of Geneva’s life until he realizes that change is necessary in order to build trust. By coming together in forgiveness Geneva and J.D. are able to work together in order to gain their child back. Geneva holds on to her dreams. Faith causes J.D. to see that Geneva had chosen to change the direction of her life so she could hear once again the laughter of her child.
What About Our Children?
by Brenda Johnson Padgitt, Glenda Fields, and Eunice Bridges
What About Our Children? takes a look at the various issues children and teens face while growing up. Brenda, Glenda and Eunice will discuss and provide suggestions on bullying, gangs, teen violence, children of divorced parents, sibling rivalry and more. They will 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.” (Coming June 15, 2015)
Adultery Was Never God’s Will: The After Math On The Family
by Brenda Johnson Padgitt
Adultery Was Never God’s Will takes a look at the lies, deceit, betrayal, disrespect and murder that was involved in the act of adultery between David and Bathsheba. This book also takes a look at the aftermath it had on his family. Even though David was a man after God’s own heart, his sin of adultery displeased God. Many remember David for his prayer of repentance in Psalm 51. God forgave David but God also promised that the SWORD would never leave David’s house. God also sent word through Nathan that David would suffer calamity within his own household. (2 Samuel 12:9-12) (Coming September 15, 2015)