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Author of the Week: Eunice Bridges


Eunice was born in Mobile,   Alabama to the late Rev. Josh  Bridges and Claudia Bridges. She moved to California at the age of six years old. In  1978, Eunice graduated from Cordova   Senior High School. Eunice  is currently working as a Deputy Clerk III for the Superior Courts of California.  Community service is listed as: Mentoring at the FMC Carswell Federal Prison  for women in Fort Worth, TX; The Bridge located in Fort Worth, TX;  Prison Ministry at the Potter’s House, Dallas,   TX; CASA in Dallas and Fort Worth, TX.  Educational background is a BA Degree in Business Management from University of Phoenix (2010); furthering education at University of Phoenix, a Master’s Degree  in Psychology (2012)

Published Author: Destiny of Flight (2010) and A Day Like Mine (2010); upcoming publications: A Child’s Laughter and Silent Cry (2012); Short films (DVD) The Prayer of a Righteous Seed (2006) and Ain’t Going Out Like That (2011); a DVD commerical: In My Life Time (2010); Radio Broadcasting with Aswiftt Writer’s Guild (

Her passion is to write her life’s experiences that they may build, encourage,  and all people.

Eunice’s contact information is P.O.  Box 189593 Sacramento, CA 95818

Q & A with Eunice Bridges

How did you become a writer?

It was at an early age (8 or 9) I would tell story lines. From here I remember doing monologue on paper between two people and after some time formulating more characters into my stories. As I travelled I would go into this zone where I would pull out paper and pen and just write. Sitting by water brings calmness that also put me in a zone to write. A blessed talent to have and networking with publishing companies such as ASWIFTT Publishing Company and Publish America has helped me produce four short stories.

What are you hoping readers take from your book?

I hope the readers feel the struggle of each character as he and she come back together in love not just for their child but to form that family unit so many try to gain.

If you were to write a book about a controversial topic, what would it be?

The controversial topic of choice would be racial marriages

Are you an avid or occasional reader? 

I read occasionally If so, what is your favorite genre of books? Mystery novels fiction and non-fiction also inspirational stories that have life applicable outcomes.

If you could interview one of your favorite authors, who would it be?

I do not have any favorite authors Why? I guess because there are so many authors with various styles of writing that I can interview just to get to know more of his or her writings.

If you could make a movie out of one of your books, which one would it be?

I have already done two shorts on A Child’s Laughter. In 2006 I started out with The Prayer of a Righteous Seed. Then 2010 short was Ain’t Going Out Like That. The two are based on the new release of A Child’s Laughter published by ASWIFTT Publishing Company with Mrs. Brenda Padgitt in 2013.

Which marketing/promotions or publicity strategy has worked best in your favor?

Being a new author I have not focused much strategizing on marketing/promoting or publicizing. I have found interest in book signing and what worked for me was word of mouth and advertising via facebook.  

Which do you like better traditional or self-publishing?

Traditional publishing for me because I personally do not have the right tools for self-publishing Why? I have read books on self-publishing and after working with  Mrs. Brenda Padgitt of ASWIFTT Publishing Company, I see all there is to pull a final product together. Time, devotion, grammar and sentence knowledge is what hinders me from self-publishing.

What new projects are you working on?

At present I am finishing up a Master’s Degree in Psychology with the University of Phoenix. I desire to do another short film on another book called Silent Cry.

Where can readers find you?

My readings can be found on ASWIFTT Publishing Company, LLC, Alibris, and Amazon. Also, my website

About The Book

A Child Laughter

A Child’s Laughter is 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.

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