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The Pratt Family

A Message From The Family

Dear readers and friends, I’m Dylan, Scott’s son. I believe Dad has mentioned me in passing a few times over the years in various blogs, posts, and emails. I’d love to say it’s a pleasure to meet all of you directly, but, considering the context of this message, I’d be lying with each keystroke. Still, I’m going to do my best to inform you, enlighten you, and give you a general overview of what to expect in the coming months and years.First, I want to say [...]
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The Sins Of The Mother

October 2018 Update

And life goes on.A new chapter will begin for me on November 2 when I publish my first collaboration with another writer, a police detective from my home town of Johnson City, Tennessee, named Mark Stout.The decision to collaborate was not made lightly. It had nothing to do with money, because I would have made at least twice as much money had I written a book alone, as I’ve done thirteen times before.But I’ve been very fortunate these past few years. We’ve sold more than three [...]
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Justice Lost

April 2018 Update

This is for John Kane, who told me I need to blog more. I’ll start with the career, which continues to be something akin to a dream come true. I released a new Darren Street book in February, called “Justice Lost.” It’s done well, as has the entire series. We’ve sold more than 360,000 of the Darren Street series (three books) over the past couple of years. It’s published and marketed by Thomas & Mercer, which is an Amazon publishing company, and they& [...]
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Scott And Kristy Pratt

June 2017 Update

It’s been three-and-a-half years since I’ve written a blog. The primary reason I stopped is because I received a comment from a wise-ass. I’m sure he was an unsuccessful writer, and he said something snide that really angered me. So I thought to myself, “I don’t have to do this. I don’t need the aggravation, I don’t need the angst, and I certainly don’t need the anger,” so I stopped blogging.I’ve regretted it to some degree, largely bec [...]
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Happy New Year

Happy New Year!

Well, 2013 is in the bag, and it was quite the year for my family and for me.Things started off badly in January as my wife, Kristy, battled metastatic breast cancer. She went through a round of radiation treatments to her spine that nearly killed her, but she fought through it and began to improve in March and April. In the meantime, her doctor at Vanderbilt put her on a medication regimen that stabilized her blood counts, which had gotten dangerously low. She has done remarkably well and we ha [...]
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