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The Reluctant Reaper

Scythe Does Matter

Esprit de Corpse

Read an ex-excerpt, straight from the cutting room floor! Never Before Scene!

And the Story Behind the Book, not just of my series: “[This book] collects over 30 non-fiction essays from some of the most exciting authors working today. Chronicling the process of writing and editing speculative fiction, these essays provide a unique glimpse behind the scenes.”

From Publisher’s Marketplace, July 12, 2012. Fiction: Sci-Fi/Fantasy:
Gina Grant’s SCYTHE DOES MATTER, pitched as Sookie Stackhouse meets Thursday Next, in which a woman finds herself in Hell after stepping in front of a Reaper’s scythe to save her boss’s life, unaware that he has made a deal with the Devil in exchange for her soul, to Adam Wilson at Pocket Star (Simon & Schuster), in a three-book deal, by Rosemary Stimola at Stimola Literary Studio.
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From Romantic Times Review,
July  30, 2012. Paranormal Fiction — After her boss sold her soul to the Devil, the heroine of Gina Grants’ upcoming Scythe Does Matter is in a whole new kind of hell (not just the corporate kind!) The intriguing three-book series doesn’t yet have a publication date, but its interesting premise makes this author one to watch! ~BY RT BOOK REVIEWS
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  1. Support your local authors. Just read your first book. Brillant, marvelous, hilarious. You spin words and phrases like a true PR professional. Congratulations on creating a unique character in a world of bland paranormal. Can’t wait for the next ones.


  2. I read The Reluctant Reaper and loved it! I never thought I would think Dante was a hot guy. Maybe I need to re-read his stuff. I love Kirsty’s spunk. I immediately went to Barnes and Noble and bought the other two. The pop culture references brought back memories. The gagggle of friends Kirsty finds sound so cool. I really wanted Conrad to get his and for Dante and Kirsty to be together. Please tell me there will be more books. I’ll make a deal with Lucy if I have to. Hell sounds fun! I left reviews on each book at goodreads, B&N and Amazon.


  3. I adore this series, I actually wrote a review about the first book on my live journal (if you’re ever interested in reading it) and I’m on the second book now. Anyway, I think it’s very cleverly written and I love your play-on words with some things (like the courses at the Reaper Academy). 🙂

    Just curious, and I’ll probably find out the answer when I read the third book, I guess, is the series over or is there going to be another one?


    • Thank you so much for saying so. While people who loved the series seemed to really enjoy it, sadly, they were few and far between. Most people seemed to have a different expectation. ::sigh:: The series does end after Book 3, but I did write Book #4. Publisher declined so I may self-publish down the road.

      I’d love to see your review. What’s the link to your lj? Thanks and Happy New Year!


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