Patrick want you to know that:
In addition to regular appearances in "USA Today," Patrick's creations
can be seen occasionally in a new syndicated feature called "The
Puzzle Society Crossword" from Andrews-McMeel. The feature may be
accessed free of charge at this link:
PATRICK 'S NOTE: When you're in the market for a custom-made crossword, you want an
experienced constructor who produces quality work. I have built more
than 1,500 crosswords, including over 500 for the Simon & Schuster
book series and more than 400 for the CrosSynergy syndicate. I have
received complimentary comments on my puzzles from such crossword
luminaries as Will Shortz, Bob Klahn, John Samson, and Emily Cox/Henry
Rathvon. So, when you hire me to make your customized crossword, you
will receive an expertly constructed puzzle that is sure to please the
More on Patrick Jordan's exploding career, click the link below.
My scheduled publications:
Puzzle to appear in USA TODAY:
2, 9, 17, 24, 30
Try samples of my crossword puzzles. They appear biweekly in the
Washington Post. You can solve them online by going to
Looking for a one of those very challenging puzzles?
Most of my puzzles are fairly easy to solve and feature a theme,
meaning that the longest answers have something in common, which is
hinted at by the title. However, if you like your puzzles to be a bit
more challenging, my crosswords appearing on August 16 and November 1
are themeless, with longer words and phrases plus trickier clues.
An e-book collection with 25 of my puzzles is now available at
puzzazz.com. The cost is only $2.99, and you can download a free app
which allows you to solve the puzzles on your iPad, iPhone, or iPod
Touch using either the keyboard or built-in handwriting recognition.
Follow this link to solve a sample puzzle and order the book: