Today is the last day in the Tattered Slippers group release! Today’s release is A Time of Mourning and Dancing by Abigail Falanga. It was supposed to be released on August 27, but technical difficulties caused it to be delayed to August 31.
The bloggers who signed up for this book could post on either August 27 or August 31 so make sure to check if you wanted to see all the fun stuff related to this book on the really cool blog tour! Click here for the schedule to find fun interviews, guest posts by the authors, and reviews of these six books!
A Time of Mourning and Dancing
The Floramancy Archives #1
Once, Toph knew his place in the world. As a respected captain in a victorious army, he had triumph and promotion to look forward to. But crippling injury stole his future and war stole his friend. Belonging nowhere and with nothing left to lose, Toph accepts a challenge that could end his life: discover a secret the princesses will do anything to hide.
Vicia is a princess, but powerless and in mourning. Her beloved brothers were killed in a war she’s beginning to question. Ever since, she and her eleven sisters have become mere treasure for her stepfather the king to use to barter. A chance meeting with a frightened faery gave a wild hope that they may recover what they’ve lost. But it will cost a dance—and a dangerous secret.
Soldier and princess must learn to rely on each other if they are to survive curses, slighted fae, and an enchanted lost land. Something dark and powerful lurks in the mists beyond the dance floor, conducting the steps… and time is running out.
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Abigail Falanga may be found in New Mexico creating magic in many ways – with fabric, food, paper, music, and especially with words! She’s loved fantasy ever since playing out epic adventures of swords, fairies, and monsters with her siblings, and loved sci-fi since her dad’s stories around the dinner table. Abigail has published nearly two dozen flash fiction stories across a variety of genres, having discovered that extra-short stories are a wonderful way to explore ideas without getting distracted by – Squirrel! But fantasy and fairytales are her first and truest loves. She’s launching “The Floramancy Archives” – dark and epic fantasy reimaginings of classic tales, filled with plant-magic and portals, curses and fae.
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