You may or may not have heard of me. My name is Krishna. Krishna Ghji. I was born in this foreign empire called Ezaekia. It's ruled by my father, Jurrata who is the emperor of Ezaekia. As the prince of Ezaekia, I had many responsibilities, most of which were taken care of by my father's noblemen. To my father, I was his first and only son but to the citizens of the empire, I was known to be Ezaekia's most kind and warm-hearted person on Earth. But all of that changed in the blink of an eye. There was this prophecy that my father kept mentioning about over the years and I didn't really pay any attention to any of it until that tragic day. I was called up by the One Being to fight in some battle that I had no part in. But guess what: that prophecy that my father was talking about...I was in it. In fact, I was the key to Earth's salvation, or so my father says. So I went along with this quest to save the Universe from eternal damnation and supposedly become a defender of peace. But...that didn't turn out so well. Little did I know that this prophecy was some sort of quest put forth by the Holy Trinity to grant a worthy mortal the title of a Defender if that mortal fulfills the prophecy. That worthy mortal turned out to be me. I was the chosen one.
About the Author
Jordan Kyree Lane (more commonly known as Jordan Kyree Amir or Jordan K. Amir) is an American author of the fantasy fiction series, Krishna Ghji as well as its main paperback, hardcover and digital publisher. He is also the author of several poems including ?? ???? ????? (To Be Continued), Fear Without Theós and Mera Dil Dhadakta. Jordan is the creator, owner and founder of the sole proprietorship organization, KRISHNA GHJI | JKA™ (the digital publisher of the Krishna Ghji series) as well as the ecommerce sites AZS@SZIN™ and TH3OS™. In 2014-2015, he won the Excellence award in English and was recognized as having the highest achievement in language arts. Jordan has also received other awards and certificates (extraneous to his profession as an author) such as attaining the National Honor Society certificate (i.e.; becoming a NHS member), acquiring several ribbons, cords and arch pins in the Army JROTC and winning the Career & Technical Education Certificate for achievement in computer technology.