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Through a Screen Darkly

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Auralia’s Colors





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Cyndere’s Midnight





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Raven’s Ladder





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  1. June 9, 2010 at 11:59 am — Reply

    Will there be another book in this series? I just read the series this week and the ending of Raven’s Ladder seemed to be an end-of-the-season cliffhanger. I assumed it was a trilogy, but I’m hoping it’s not and Mr. Overstreet is working on Book #4!
    Debi Siler

  2. June 9, 2010 at 2:53 pm — Reply

    There are four books in the series. The fourth, The Ale Boy’s Feast, should arrive in early 2011.

  3. Brook Sims
    July 12, 2010 at 9:41 pm — Reply

    I am soooo very glad to hear there will be another book to this wonderful series. I stumbled across the second in a markdown rack and as soon as I finished it I rushed in and bought the first and third as well. I am excited to read another wonderful novel.

  4. July 26, 2010 at 8:17 pm — Reply

    So, I was looking on the Alive Communications website because I do hope to get published one day, and I saw two of my favorite authors: Donita K. Paul and you! And, I saw under your name the cover of “The Ale Boy’s Feast,” and I mentally jumped for joy. Having just finished Raven’s Ladder a couple of weeks ago, I, of course, was left with some questions that I may have already answered in my head, but I look forward to you answering for me in the next strand of Auralia’s Thread! Anyway, I said all that to say: I can’t wait until “The Ale Boy’s Feast” comes out!

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Jeffrey Overstreet

Jeffrey Overstreet

Jeffrey Overstreet is an author, editor, and professor with an MFA in Creative Writing. He teaches writing (Seattle Pacific University, Covenant College) and film studies (Houston Baptist University). He's written a memoir of moviegoing and faith (Through a Screen Darkly, Baker, 2007) and a fantasy series (The Auralia Thread, Random House, 2007-11). He's been a columnist and critic for Christianity Today, Image, and Books & Culture, and his writing has been recognized by The New Yorker and The Seattle Times. He regularly visits universities, conferences, and churches to lecture in the U.S. and abroad. Would you like him to edit your work? Want to have him speak to your community? Email joverstreet@gmail.com.