Tim Reaper is here, finally.

He’s here! Finally!

After five years of hard work and submissions to basically every publisher that publishes urban fantasy and learning that traditional publishing is done with urban fantasy for the foreseeable future, my favorite protagonist is finally published!

IMMORTAL REMAINS is the first in my TIM REAPER series; the defrocked grim reaper in human form. He’s amoral, tough as nails, prone to getting shot, stabbed, burned and/or baked alive. He does odd jobs for money but he’s got a solid moral compass and is a deeply flawed hero because he isn’t exactly human. And that’s the focal point of Reaper’s entire raison d’être – he knows he is not human and he wants very much to be human. He’s urban fantasy Pinocchio only he’s armed with hand guns, hand grenades and a flamethrower.

I really REALLY like writing this character. I hope to hell this book takes off because I have an entire series planned featuring more of the war between Heaven and Hell which is a central theme to this book. There will be my own take on vampires and werethings and the war between both camps with humans caught in the middle. And there will be casualties, naturally.

Reaper’s got allies and in this book, you’ll be introduced to Detective Sergeant Carol Sparks. She distrusts Reaper and initially hates his guts and Reaper needs her help if he’s going to stop a serial killer with a hate-on for angels and end-of-the-world consequences. Their chemistry is central to this book and hopefully any future ones.

Oh … and there is BONUS material, too. The first chapter of the second TIM REAPER books entitled THE GIRL ON VICTORIA ROAD and I’m paying it forward by including a sample chapter from another author’s project; in this case, it’s called FREAKS ANON by MATT DARST.

Okay urban and dark fantasy lovers, I’m excited. I hope you get a kick of IMMORTAL REMAINS and look favorably on Tim Reaper because in spite of his methods, he gets the job done.


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Posted July 13, 2016 by Sean Cummings in category "Blog

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