PruittWrites Snow Days is our in paperback for Christmas, along with our other Christmas eBooks @ www.amazon.com/author/pruittwrites to brighten your holiday season. Pick up a Christmas volume or one of our regular titles for the reader on your list today.
In the next two months a lot is happening at PruittWrites.com and on our Amazon page. In November, we’ll be sharing the free Thanksgiving story “A Turkey Flew Over Pittsburgh” as a side dish to your holiday. As well as “Burnt Sweet Potato Pie”.
For Christmas in December, they’re going to be several gifts from us to you. Including “The Christmas Guitar”, “Christmas In Triage “, and “Christmas LEDs”. Along with various Christmas Watercolors and iPaintings.
In conjunction with our Amazon release of our Bible Study, The Native in paperback and eBook, we’ll be sharing excerpts from the book. This is a very special book to us, both the content and the paintings. Each was specifically created for the book, in Watercolor, iPaintings, and Acrylic.
Along with it, every PruittWrites Christmas story from the past four years is available in paperback in PruittWrites Snow Days. There are also eBook versions of L.O.C. And Key, Scarfed, and Captain Christmas. There are also the children’s picture books, Jesus Is Born, and The Christmas Lion.
Thanksgiving and Christmas are so very special to us, we want to share our gifts with you this holiday season. Whether it’s while you’re roasting the turkey, or baking Christmas cookies, we hope you’ll take time to enjoy what PruittWrites.
For the last few years, eat Saturday PruittWrites has featured a different Saturday serial, and they’ve been popular. From The Sea Horse, to Alaskan Silver, and Eddington, we’ve had all kinds of stories. Now, we want to ask you what type of story you want to see next from PruittWrites?
Leave a comment with the hashtags #PruittWrites and #SerialSaturday with the type of story you want to see next. You can either leave it here, or on one of our social media pages, but we want you to decide what PruittWrites next!
Celebrate National Coffee Day with one of our caffeinated mysteries. Coffee Happenstance is about a man who was named after it, while Eddington is about a family who sells it while solving a roller coaster mystery. We hope you enjoy your coffee with a good story, as you read what PruittWrites.
PruittWrites second art book, Nashville Sunrise, highlights the city he calls home. Pictures of Nashville, and other selected acrylic, watercolor, and digital art make this his biggest art project yet. We hope you’ll enjoy a Nashville Sunrise with us @ http://www.amazon.com/author/pruittwrites.
We are pleased to announce our new eBook, The Church – His Plan Our Purpose, is available on Amazon.com. It is a five day conversation about the relationship between Christ and His Bride, the Church.
It is our prayer that you will find strength, comfort, and direction in this book. Whether it is one of our Biblical focus books, or our wholesome fictional content, we hope to add value to your lives. Check out this, or any of our other titles at www.amazon.com/author/pruittwrites.
For some time now, we’ve shared what I call Hisbits, bits of history, that showcase how interesting the subject is. Adventures such as how a Japanese ambassador saved thousands of Jewish lives in World War II. Now, these stories are in our first Hisbits eBook @ www.amazon.com/author/pruittwrites.
We hope you take a minute to visit it, and our other eBooks, as well as paperbacks, and that you find something which interests you. PruittWrites is about adding value through words and pictures. So we hope you find some value in our site, and products.
I’m so excited, currently four of our PruittWrites books are available in paperback! They are our two Bible Commentaries, Ruth The Book Of The Friend, and Famous: The Lumberjacks Of Solomon, the adventure Alaskan Silver, and our first novella, The Polar Bear’s Typewriter. We plan for more to follow, and they’re all available @ www.amazon.com/author/pruittwrites now.
Our first western is available now @ www.amazon.com/author/pruittwrites. It seemed like every character you could imagine, has been the subject of a western, except one. I wanted to write something with a different slant on it, so I’d like to introduce you to Travis, owner of the general store, and a hero. He wasn’t looking for it, but it found him. I hope you enjoy The Merchants Rifle.