• Holidays,  Uncategorized

    Seven Years

    I wrote this poem to my wife Ashley for our seventh anniversary.  I love you honey, Happy Anniversary! Seven Years Singles open a pair of eyes, Couples view through a set of two, I watch as laughter, joy, even sighs, Ignite her hazel hues, They speak and my heart replies, We grow, learn, and unite our hopes, While stilling anxiety and fear, With one gaze my mind elopes, As Yesterday’s sounds I hear, Seven years not long behind, I relive and reminisce, As souls intertwined, Rings, vows, and wedded kiss, Cherishing each interaction, Our moments together, Adding layers of attraction, As rubies to a treasure, Love, understanding, and compassion.

  • Alaskan Silver,  Serials

    Alaskan Silver Impatience

    The hat, and the letter, sat between them, Strand and Sanders. Berger, Sanders’s second lieutenant was the only other person in the room. “Hinkle was my best man, you shouldn’t have killed him.” “You shouldn’t have threatened me.” “I want more than to be Edwin Strand’s enforcer.” The two stared at each other for a moment. Sanders was visibly angry, but Strand appeared cool. “Sanders, the primary thing I want to know is why now?” “Simple, if I’m right, you’re on the verge of launching this power play. A month from now, you would be so big I couldn’t stop you. It was my time to get mine now.” Strand…

  • Inspirational Collections

    The Twofold Light Of God

    Psalms 119:105 Thy word is a lamp unto my feet, and a light unto my feet. The two parts of this verse compliment, and even reflect each other, but they’re not identical. One shines light on the vehicle, the next lights the journey. Two similar references in Isaiah and Romans proclaim how beautiful are the feet who publish peace, or the Gospel of peace. These three verses are connected. As Christians, we are to seek to present ourselves to God, and the Gospel to man. First, we must keep our vessel in good spiritual condition. The lamp in the verse points to the feet before it points to the road.…

  • Alaskan Silver,  Serials

    Alaskan Silver The Clearing

    St Louis stood in the clearing. He fired, and watched with a sour stomach, as his target fell. The Pick Axe man with him smiled. “They’ll be pleased, you’ve earned your money. I didn’t think anyone could get close from that far away, not even me. Now that the Mayor’s little protector is dead, we can put things in motion.” A scream was heard a few seconds later. Hinkle left to report to Sanders, and then to Strand. St Louis left too, careful to go in a different direction than Hinkle. He didn’t want to be connected to the shooting. When first assigned to this undercover op, it had been…

  • Inspirational Collections

    Wrinkle Free Church

    Ephesians 5:27 27 That he might present it to himself a glorious church, not having spot, or wrinkle, or any such thing; but that it should be holy and without blemish. Growing up, this verse was quoted throughout my childhood. As Christians, we spend a lot of time focusing on the part about without spot and without blemish, and we should. Lately, I’ve been drawn to the part about the wrinkles. A wrinkle is found in three places. First, in a face aged by time and worry. Second, in an un-ironed, or overly worn garment. Third, a wrinkle is an unexpected event which messes with our plans. Yet, God declared,…

  • Acrylics,  Gallery,  Uncategorized

    Acrylic Apartment Announcement 

    We hope you enjoy our newest acrylic the “Apartment Announcement”.   This is the view from the inside of the apartment complex, where the children there see one piece of amazing in the ordinary.  That a Zoo will be here soon, giving a child something to look forward to.

  • Alaskan Silver,  Serials

    Alaskan Silver Swim For Your Life

    They had reached Florida, the train would stop soon. Aunt Minerva and Ralph would reach their destination in a short while. It was there that she would finalize her plan. It was also the place Minerva intended to kill Ralph Hearns, and where he planned to escape. It was a risk, but he had to take it. He had ran out of time. He had seen the telegram that Minerva thought she had hid so cleverly. Ralph’s courage was weak, but his will to live was stronger. He jumped from the train as it crossed the bridge. He hit the water hard, and dove as deeply as he could. He…

  • Announcements

    PruittWrites With Purpose: Stories Of Perspective

    We’re excited to announce that four of our favorite perspective based tales are available at Amazon.  Stories like The Broom Factory will encourage you to rethink your paradigm and reevaluate your circumstances.  Each of these focus on a different aspect of life, such as bravery, and achievement.  We hope it will  inspire you to to achieve something new in your life.