Life as a freelancer is hard. Doubly so when your job is kicking ass, taking names, and saving innocent lives from horrifying monsters.
It’s been a month since Mazik, Gavi, and Raedren—disaffected wage slaves turned magick-slinging adventurers—put a stop to the Cult of Amougourest and saved the city of Houk. You would think slaying a living god would be enough to make their new careers easy, with accolades all around and quests coming in without end. You would, of course, be wrong.
The guilds are rejecting them. Quest givers won’t listen to them. Their newfound fame is soon forgotten. If they’re going to get their careers off the ground, they’re going to have to work hard—and there are no big, flashy quests to help them this time.
From a high-stakes tournament and an orck invasion to a worker’s revolt and a mystery in a hidden village, follow these three friends as they travel across the continent, saving lives, vanquishing villains, and building their professional reputations. Not all adventures are glamorous, but it’s the small jobs upon which a freelancing life is built.
FREELANCE HEROICS is the sequel to WAGE SLAVE REBELLION, and Book 2 in the exciting FIRESIGN series. It's medieval sword & sorcery meets urban high fantasy, in a series of adventures about making your own way in the world, never giving up, and searching for true love as only a hopeless romantic can.
WHO SHOULDN'T READ THIS BOOK: Anyone who doesn't enjoy stories with drinking, cussing, fighting, or killing likely won't enjoy this book. The main characters are adults, and they live in a dangerous world; they act accordingly. Anyone who prefers their books serious or grimdark may be disappointed. This book has adult themes and situations, but above all else it's intended to be fun. If that doesn't sound like something you would enjoy, this book may not be for you.
WHO SHOULD READ THIS BOOK: Anyone looking for an action-packed, fun-filled fantasy adventure. If you enjoy friendly banter, thrilling heroics, and tons of explosions, this book is for you. If you like stories with a certain lightness of tone which eschew angst in favor of punching problems in the face, this book is definitely for you. And if you like big, exciting fantasy series with rising stakes and beloved characters you can revisit time and time again, make sure you’ve read WAGE SLAVE REBELLION and then dive right in.
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Stephen W. Gee is a fantasy author, anime blogger, craft beer lover, and exceedingly tall man. He writes sword & sorcery adventures with a urban/high fantasy twist. He's published two Firesign novels so far. He's only getting started.
Stephen hails from the great land of Texas, where everything is bigger, including the authors. He maintains a personal website at stephenwgee.com, and prattles on about anime at randomc.net, under the pen name Stilts.
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