Novelist & Short Story Author
Patricia Bridewell co-authored the book “A Generation of Curses” with Faatima Johnson and has contributed a story to the anthology “Single Mama Dating Drama”. Patricia Bridewell’s writing grabs a reader’s attention from the first paragraph and delivers a relatable story.
A Generation of Curses follows the life of Khadesia Hill whose ideal life is disrupted by the ghosts of her past. Set against the back drop of a church that is in the process of changing leadership, Khadesia’s past threatens to disrupt her husband chance to lead his father’s church and the very foundation of her relationship. A story of family conflict, church life and the need to have faith even when the whole world around you seems to be falling down, Patricia Bridewell’s book delivers an inspirational story. Patricia Bridewell shares how this book came about and the process of co-authoring a book.
Patricia is also a short story writer and you can find one of her stories in “Single Mama Dating Drama”. Patricia’s story “Got My Mojo Working” is one of the stories in this anthology published by Brown Girls Publishing. The anthology features a series of stories with a theme of single ladies trying to get back into the data field. Patricia shares how she enjoyed the process of creating this short story.
“Got My Mojo Working” focuses on the dating lives of Mojo Avery and Laila Parkins. Two single parents who are trying to re-enter the dating game but they find their children have different plans. Patricia Bridewell uses the recording industry as a background for this story. Patricia draws upon her experience when she worked for Motown to give the reader a realistic view in the recording industry. “Got My Mojo Working” grabs your attention from the first paragraph and keeps you turning pages until the end.
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