• Alaskan Silver,  Serials,  Writing Notes

    Alaskan Silver Intruders

      Harriet stood at the window with a gun in one hand, and an iron skillet in the other.  One was for the man she had just shot outside, the other was for his partner.  The man who was breaking through the door.   He waited a second before entering the room, expecting to wrestle his opponent to the ground, or shoot it out. What he didn’t expect was a cracked temple as the woman used her other weapon.  By the end of the night, two assailants lay huddled in the living room floor of Carl Lafayette’s home. One was bleeding from his leg, and the other from his face.  Soon,…

  • Inspirational Collections,  Writing Notes

    Retooling

      Retooling yourself and old ideas isn’t a new concept, Walt Disney was brilliant at it. You’re familiar with familiar fairy tales in his movies, but do you remember the Mickey Mouse Club? If so, what version? There have been five of them.   The first was a theater based club from 1930-1935, it had over one million members. The second came about to raise money to help build Disneyland in 1955. The third and fourth incarnations were in the seventies and the nineties.  The 1989-1995 edition had future Hollywood personalities that are household names today. They included Justin Timberlake, Brittany Spears, Christina Aguilera, Ryan Gosling, and Keri Russell. The latest…

  • Alaskan Silver,  Serials

    Alaskan Silver Harriet Douglass

      To call Harriet Douglass a spy wasn’t exactly accurate.  She had been a regular person like Edward, until an adventure in Washington DC happened.  Harriet Douglass had saved the life of the President’s favorite Secret Service agent. Harriet was a young African American woman on the cleaning staff at the White House. Normally she wouldn’t have been in the kitchen, but a coincidence placed her there one day.  She noticed a glint of light through the window.   Some crazy person was about to fire a gun from across the street. Harriet screamed in time to alert everyone to move.  Seconds later there was a hole in the wall where…

  • Inspirational Collections,  Writing Notes

    The House Of Staff And Ring

    Exodus 38:5 And he cast four rings for the four ends of the grate of brass, to be places for the staves. The word places, in Hebrew, also translates house. God made a house for the staffs that bear the altar. The staves represent the Ministry. No other item is more tied to it, than the staff which rested in Moses’ hand, and on the backs of the Priests. Everything God does is strategic, from the rings themselves to where they were located, had a purpose. The rings were a place of rest, a type and shadow of the place of rest that God created for the Ministry. These four…

  • Alaskan Silver,  Serials

    Alaskan Silver Edward Mallory 

      The current occupant of the cabin was in chains. One of its previous visitors was the captor. You may remember another guest, Edward Mallory, the curator of the museum.   Since his faked abduction, he had been secretly transported to his Uncle’s home. From there, he had went to work, establishing a network of Alaskan allies. These people were committed to ridding Alaska of corruption, and Edward was leading the charge from his desk. It was Edward who had arranged for the undercover agent St Louis. He had crafted the plan to trick the Pick Axe group into hiring an assassin, not knowing he was really a Federal agent. Much…

  • Announcements,  Writing Notes

    It’s Out!

      I’m sorry for shouting, but I’m very excited about this. The Polar Bears Typewriter: Friends In Hollywood is now available @ www.amazon.com/author/pruittwrites.  This story, along with the new Bible study, Famous, are two of my favorite things I’ve ever written.   The Polar Bears Typewriter is a tale about friendship, which happens to be set in Hollywood. Why a title like The Polar Bears Typewriter?  It has to do with a writer’s imagination, and a story for his children.   Below is an excerpt from the book.  I hope you enjoy it, and you head to Amazon to check out it and the rest of my eBooks.  Either way, thank…