Blog Tour: The Battle for Arcanon Major (The Lost Dacomé Files #1) by Alexandra May


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Dark FutureThe Battle for Arcanon Major

“As daughter of our ruler I grew up in the crossfire of an ongoing war… All I’d ever wanted to be was a great warrior and ultimately lead my people into victorious battles.”

With only a small army at her command Halíka Dacomé, a skilled warrior and daughter of the Elemental King, is ready to lead one final battle to save her planet. A battle against the savage, bloodthirsty Primords who want to extinguish the diminished race of Elementals once and for all.

But before battle commences her father is given an ultimatum from the enemy leader, Arfron Uhnok. If the king agrees, Halíka Dacomé must marry Arfron Uhnok to prevent further bloodshed. If the king disagrees they, as a race, will all perish.

Horrified by her fathers decision Halíka Dacomé leads her army onward regardless of the consequences. Because her heart belongs to another. A love that blossomed many years ago. A love that her father has forbidden.

Halíka faces her toughest battle yet and learns that not all battles are those fought with a sword…
The Battle for Arcanon Major is an epic love story set against the backdrop of war and is the first Prequel to Elemental: The First.

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“Excellent story. Plot line is great, definitely 2 thumbs up. Couldn’t put it down, easy read, excellent prequel to the elemental. Would definitely recommend Alexandra May!!”

“Amazing story had my attention the entire story it is hard to find a book like this, I definitely give it 5 stars.”

“Excellent short story. Plot line is great, definitely 2 thumbs up. Couldn’t put it down, an easy read. Would definitely recommend Alexandra May!!”


alexandraAlexandra May

Alexandra May is an English author of three books, bringing together the epic saga of Halíka Dacomé and her modern day equivalent, Rose Frost.

Elemental: The First, Elemental: Origin and The Battle for Arcanon Major draw in Alexandra’s love of strong women characters, sci-fi, history, romance and a little warmongering on the side!


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Tour Schedule


October 28th

I Am A Reader, Not A Writer – Guest Post

Cuzinlogic – Interview

Six Mixed Reviews – Spotlight

Brooke Blogs – Guest Post

Shelf Full of Books – Review


October 29th


The Wonderings of One Person – Review

Curling Up with a Good Book – Interview

Gustosa Giveaways – Spotlight


October 31st

Kindle and Me – Review

Storyweaver – Review

Belinda’s Bookshelf – Guest Post

A Blog Hop Place for Books – Spotlight


November 1st

The Children’s and Teens Book Connection – Guest Post

Spellbindings – Guest Post

Indie Author How-to – Tens List

Reviews by Karen – Spotlight


November 2nd

Victoria Simcox’s Blog – Spotlight

Book Lover’s Life – Spotlight

Sweeping Me – Spotlight


November 3rd

Once Upon a YA Blog – Spotlight

Such a Novel Idea – Spotlight

Mythical Books – Spotlight


November 4th

A. Literary Mafia – Spotlight

Bookhounds YA – Interview

Deal Sharing Aunt – Spotlight

Up in the Bibliosphere – Review


November 6th

Reader Girls – Spotlight

Pretty Opinionated – Spotlight

So Much to Write So Little Time – Guest Post

Reading in Twilight – Interview
November 8th

Michael SciFan – Review

Bound4Escape – Review

From the Bootheel Cotton Patch – Spotlight

Reading in Atlanta – Spotlight