- Amazon (kindle and paperback)
- Barnes and Noble (paperback only, Nook version coming soon)
- Kobo (ebook)
Release day for book 3 has arrived! The Nameless King is now live. You can currently get it at the following retailers:
This book and this series have taught me many things, chief of which is that I have a great many friends and a near perfect wife. I’ve tried to say what I can about love in these books, and so I will add here only a few words that cannot communicate how I really feel or think about everyone who has helped me over the course of this journey through Nora.
Thanks are due first to my parents, for giving me the time, room, funds, transportation, and library card to read hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of books as a child, nearly all of which made it into this story in some form. For encouraging me along my path as a writer, and even more directly in this case for gifting me with the current covers, I thank you so much.
I’d like to thank Annie Klinkner, for taking a picture of my face that makes me look like a nice, normal person.
I’m thankful also to Micah Vetter, for bringing to beautiful life the horrible scratched out sketches and half-formed visions I had to offer her as a starting place for these covers.
To Jordan and Marley Cox, , who created for me the wonderful original covers and maps of Nora for no reason but kindness and love, I thank you. I will treasure them always. May God reward your generosity.
To the Beta readers and unpaid editors of all these books: Jordan and Marley Cox; Paul and Yvonne Meuth; Alan Lin; Phil and Katie Lopez; Ben Miller; Lauren McPherson; and Kamron Kissamis—I thank you so much for the attention and enthusiasm you put into the task and for all the ways in which you made these books better. You showed me things about them I didn’t know and helped me understand myself in the process.
Thank you to everyone who has ever read one of these books.
Thank you to everyone who has ever shared one with a friend.
Thank you to everyone who has ever asked me, “How’s the writing going?”
Thank you to my children—for waiting patiently for your father to finish his pages for the week; for drawing my distracted mind out of Nora and back into the joy of reality with the simple magic you wield so well; and most especially for teaching me a great many valuable lessons about the unfathomable depths of God’s love for each one of his children.
For Madelyn, my one and only Alpha reader, my gratitude is not adequate. Not a single page of this story would exist without you. I thank you with my whole life. I’m glad Saerin finally won you over.
Thanks are due last and most to God. I have made no secret of my intention in these books. They are a hymn of praise to him: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. They are meant to show a world that is sustained and guided and loved into existence by him—because that is the world that actually exists. You read these words right now because he loves you. If today you hear his voice, harden not your heart.
May you be full of his peace.
Here's the cover for book three: The Nameless King. It's hard to pick a favorite of all these covers, but this is my favorite. It's also my favorite actual book of the three. I hope you like it too.
The release day is August 12, but if you want to preorder it, you can do that at Barnes and Noble (for print) or on Amazon (for ebook). It should show up in the Kindle store and Amazon.com soon. Eventually, you'll also be able to get print versions on Amazon and ebook versions on Nook, iBooks, or Kobo, but those won't be available until the 12th. And if you're in town, you can stop by my open house party the evening of the 12th if you want to have some cake with me to celebrate. I'll have about 20 copies for sale there.
As with the other books, here's the sketch I gave Micah Vetter to start with for this cover, and I also included a picture of all three of them so you can see how beautiful they look together.
Jordan Jeffers lives in Normal, Illinois with his family. Contact him using one of the electronic relationship buttons below.