A Fool There Was is now live, and I'd like to thank everyone who pre-ordered this title. This was the first time I've been able to do this, and it was very exciting and validating to see the orders coming in. I sincerely hope the book lives up to all your expectiations!
The paperback is now available as well, and I'm running a giveaway at Goodreads this very moment. In case anyone missed it before, here are the links and the information about this book:
Sedgwick’s one of a kind pulp-noir fantasy series continues, and this
time Hank Mossberg is taking a backseat. Prepare to be treated to an
entirely different perspective on life in the gritty fantasy setting of
San Francisco’s undercity:
Goblin P.I. Sam Snyvvle may be crude, cynical, and vulgar, but one thing
he’s not is stupid. When a gorgeous dryad offers Sam a king’s ransom to
retrieve her stolen diamond, he knows the whole thing smells like a
setup. Unfortunately, there are two things in the world that Sam can
never pass up: a gorgeous dame and a truckload of money. Besides, if
things don’t work out with the girl, Sam knows he can always pilfer the
diamond for himself.
Snyvvle sets out to find the missing gem, but immediately ends up in hot
water. He’s trapped in a room with an empty safe and a dead mob boss,
and the police are banging down the door. Sam knows he looks guilty as
sin, so like any sensible goblin, he goes on the run.
Now, Sam is in a race against time to locate the missing diamond and
catch the crooks who set him up. Fortunately, Sam knows the dark, seedy
streets of the undercity like the back of his hand. He swears that when
he finds the people who framed him, they’re going to regret it. That is,
if the cops, the mob, and his arch-nemesis Hank Mossberg don’t catch
Warning!: Goblins are dangerous, sly creatures who
often behave badly. They swear with great proficiency, they enjoy making
crude sexual references, and constantly make bad jokes. If this sort of
thing offends you, DO NOT hang out with goblins. Also, don’t read books
about them. Like this one.