Hello and thank you for your interest in being a part of the virtual book tour for Luke Tarzian’s Absurdist Fantasy novel, A Cup of Tea at the Mouth of Hell! We’re so excited to hold a 7-day virtual tour, consisting of 7-15 stops, and would love for you to be a part of it.
For this tour, we’re looking for 7+ bloggers, bookstagrammers, TikTokers, or YouTubers to show some love for A Cup of Tea at the Mouth of Hell through reviews, guest features, spotlights, interviews with the author, or any other creative posts. The tour will run from January 12th – January 18th and hosts will be given complimentary eBooks, with limited physical copies available upon request. This tour is open internationally.
Please note that filling out the following form will not guarantee you a place on the tour schedule, as the spots are limited. However, we want you to know how much we appreciate your interest and hope you’ll consider joining us as we roll out the “read” carpet and celebrate amazing SFF.
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A Cup of Tea at the Mouth of Hell (Or, an Account of Catastrophe by Stoudemire McCloud, Demon) by Luke Tarzian
Published: August 27, 2022
Series: Whimsy Hell
Genre: Absurdist Fantasy
Intended Age Group: Adult
Publisher: LukeTarzian.com (Self Published)
BRIEFLY, A WORD ABOUT ORDER
Order is the focal point around which existence revolves. Without order there is only chaos. And in the halls of Damnation (pronounced Dam-NAWT-ion, thank you kindly) the first sign of impending chaos is a cup of tea made without the water having first been well and properly boiled in a kettle.
Why is this relevant, O nameless narrator, you ask? Who cares about the preparatory order of tea in the fires of Hell?
Lucifer, dear reader. After all, how does one expect to properly greet the newcomers to Hell without having first had a hot cup of tea to bulwark the cold?
Behold The Morning Star, frantic on the annual Morning of Souls, the arrival of Damnation’s newest recruits.
Someone has misplaced the kettle.
Sad Boi Searches for His Missing Tea Kettle • Bring Your Tissues • Me, Myself, and I and the Times We Got High
Shown on Page (things clearly told to the reader):
- Suicidal ideation
- Parental loss
Alluded to (things only mentioned in passing or hinted at):
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