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5 stars for SCYTHE DOES MATTER!

5.0 out of 5 starsLeaves me wanting more” July 24, 2013

This review is from: Scythe Does Matter (Kindle Edition)

I read the first 50 pages the day it came out and then I got distracted.
Today I finished the last 127 pages in a little over two hours.
It was a quick and fun read with characters I’ve grown attached to.
In the first book the main character Kristy was just getting into the grove when the book ended. In the sequel she is all in and ready to do.
I highly recommend this book as well as the previous one. My only complaint is that it isn’t long enough. I would have gladly slogged through another hundred pages or more.
The third book can’t get here fast enough.

From Amazon.com

Thank you, Scott M!
 
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SCYTHE DOES MATTER debuts Monday!

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Book 2 of THE RELUCTANT REAPER series debuts Monday. Available wherever eBooks are sold!

 

COVER REVEAL, THE SEQUEL: SCYTHE DOES MATTER

More stripper music… ta dum dum da! Here’s the cover to book 2 of The Reluctant Reaper series… SCYTHE DOES MATTER!

Scythe Does Matter Cover Final~SmallerComing to an online retailer near you July 17, 2013!

BLURB: Kirsty’s afterlife gets even more Hellish in this second installment of The Reluctant Reaper series when her soul-stealing ex-boss targets her beloved aunt. Her only chance to stop him? Becoming a Reaper herself. Fortunately, her hunky new boyfriend, Italian-poet-turned-Reaper Dante Alighieri, is there to help.Still trapped in the bureaucratic inferno known as Hell, Kirsty d’Arc redoubles her efforts to escape back to the Mortal Coil when she learns Conrad is after the soul of her beloved aunt. To save Aunt Carey, Kirsty must enroll at the Reaper Academy and earn a scythe of her own. Studying topics like Exor-scything 101, Riding the Death Cycle, and Reincarnation for Dummies is strange. But then, so are her classmates: a fallen angel, the Death Valley girls, and Kali—the ancient god of death, destruction, and those little earring backs that always go missing.

Now time is running out thanks to a temporal crisis she may have accidentally created. Can she graduate, rescue her aunt, take down Conrad, and save Hell and every other dimension—before the clock stops ticking?

As the saying goes in Hell, “Be careful what you wish for; it just might get you!”

 

Blurbage for SCYTHE DOES MATTER!

Scythe~WikipediaI’ve got blurbage for SCYTHE DOES MATTER, Book 2 of THE RELUCTANT REAPER SERIES.

To save you a click, I’ve pasted it here:

Scythe Does Matter
Tagline: Be careful what you wish for; it just might get you!

BLURB, SHORT VERSION:

Kirsty’s afterlife gets even more Hellish in this second installment of The Reluctant Reaper series when her soul-stealing ex-boss targets her beloved aunt. Her only chance to stop him? Becoming a Reaper herself. Fortunately, her hunky new boyfriend, Italian-poet-turned-Reaper Dante Alighieri, is there to help.

BLURB, LONGER VERSION:

Still trapped in the bureaucratic inferno known as Hell, Kirsty d’Arc redoubles her efforts to escape back to the Mortal Coil when she learns Conrad is after the soul of her beloved aunt.

To save Aunt Carey, Kirsty must enroll at the Reaper Academy and earn a scythe of her own.

Studying topics like Exor-scything 101, Riding the Death Cycle, and Reincarnation for Dummies is strange. But then, so are her classmates: a fallen angel, the Death Valley girls, and Kali—the ancient god of death, destruction and those little earring backs that always go missing.

Now time is running out thanks to a temporal crisis she may have accidentally created. Can she graduate, rescue her aunt, take down Conrad, and save Hell and every other dimension—before the clock stops ticking?

As the saying goes in Hell, “Be careful what you wish for; it just might get you!”

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What do you think? Interesting? Sound like fun?

It’s available for pre-order, at all the usual sites:

Amazon.com
Amazon.ca
B&N
Simon&Schuster.com
Simon&Schuster.ca

More to follow!

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