Join host Adrian M. Gibson and self-pub author Luke Tarzian for a chat about his new novelette A Cup of Tea at the Mouth of Hell, Luke’s art background and book/cover design work, mental health and grief, the self-publishing community, balancing satire and emotion, writing as therapy and much more. Of course, as is always the case with Luke, things get pretty naughty by the end.
It is with great pleasure that FanFiAddict, in addition to Nick at Out of This World SFF and Fantasy Book Critic have come together to bring you an exciting announcement and cover reveal for an EXCLUSIVE EDITION of Adjacent Monsters: A Duology of Nightmares by author Luke Tarzian.
It is with great pleasure that FanFiAddict, in addition to Nick at Out of This World SFF, Fantasy Book Nerd, Jodie at Witty & Sarcastic Bookclub, and Rowena at Beneath A Thousand Skies, announces the official cover reveal and announcement for A Cup of Tea at the Mouth of Hell (release date: December 20, 2022) by self-published author Luke Tarzian.
The World Breaker Requiem marks my third Tarzian book (I’ve collected the whole set!) and it’s the best one yet. Rarely have I found an author that has improved with every subsequent release, but Tarzian has managed just that, all while developing a truly unique voice. Tarzian is a modern day Poe, weaving together strands of dark fantasy with an in-depth exploration of his characters psyches and I just can’t get enough of it. Bring on House of Muir.
Hello and welcome to my stop on the Escapist Book Tours tour of Luke Tarzian’s The World Breaker Requiem! I am so excited to join the tour and help spread the hype for this amazing book! I am lucky enough to be sharing an incredibly emotional and revealing guest post from the author on how The World Breaker Requiem came to be.
The World Breaker Requiem has a pulse of its own. Tarzian paints a twisted and melancholic picture, revealing its dark secrets and simmering menace with the utmost patience.
Join host Adrian M. Gibson and sci-fi and fantasy cover artists Daniel Dociu, Alyssa Winans, Felix Ortiz and Priscilla Kim, as well as self-pub author and cover artist/designer Luke Tarzian, as they delve into the visual side of the books we read and love. Do you ever judge a book by its cover? During the panel, they discuss commissions and the step-by-step of a cover art project, working with publishers, artistic mediums, tattoos, the video game industry vs. publishing, book design and typography, promoting yourself as a cover artist and much more.
The World Maker Parable, by self-published author Luke Tarzian, is a prequel novella to his full-length debut Vultures. Set in the same world as Vultures, this novella is the first in his Adjacent Monsters series.
Reflecting on my favorite books of the year is one of my favorite December activities. Here are my top 10 reads in 2021.
Rhona is a faithful servant of the country Jémoon and a woman in love. Everything changes when her beloved sets the ravenous Vulture goddess loose upon the land. Forced to execute the woman she loves for committing treason, Rhona discovers a profound correlation between morality and truth. A connection that might save her people or annihilate them all…
Having read Tarzian’s freshman effort, I thought I had an idea of what to expect going into this one, a dark and twisted, mind-bending examination of the human psyche. And, to be fair, that’s mostly what I found. What surprised me, however, is how intimately I connected with the “parable” within.
Last week while I was doing my usual aimless scrolling through Twitter, I came across a call for any bloggers who wanted to participate in a secret project involving self published books, I knew I had to join in. It turns out that what Jodie from Witty & Sarcastic Book Club has envisioned is a Self-Published Authors Appreciation Week! So, join me today as I run you through 8 self-published books (and a few honorable mentions) that I think you should go ahead and add to your immediate TBR.