Top Five Reasons to Read The Surrogate Sea

Surrogate Sea Launch Week Tour Pics, NovellaDanielle E. Shipley’s Top Five Post

5) Because you’ve read Books One through Five, so you already know the series just keeps getting better!

4) The Little Mermaid. Whether the Disney version is one of your all-time favorite movies, or your heart’s got a soft spot for the Hans Christian Andersen original, you’ll find this retelling is up there with the best of ‘em.

3) Edgwyn Wyle. He may not have one of the starring roles, but he’s still around and just as utterly darling as he’s been since Book Two. Go love him.

2) Nature elementals! The Sun, Moon, and winds, the Great Sea and Wilderhark Forest himself… it’s like a mythological pantheon! If you like following the exploits of Olympians, Asgardians, and their supernatural ilk, you’ll want to see what’s up with the Welkens above and their servants below. And, um, keep an eye on the local trickster, in particular. Fair warning.

1) You’ve seen the incredible cover art for the book, right? Well, the story behind it is every bit as magnicent. Trust me. Better yet, don’t. Read the book for yourself, and get swept away by wonder!

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43 responses to “Top Five Reasons to Read The Surrogate Sea

  1. Thanks so much for hosting me, Anna! Like the items on this list, you too are tops. ^_^

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  3. I love the retelling of fairy tales. The Little Mermaid has always been my favorite. Beautiful cover.

  4. I love the bitter-sweet orignal of the mermaid, but didn’t much care for the Disney happy ending version.

  5. I haven’t read books 1-5, but now I want to. 🙂

  6. Congratulations, Danielle! The series sounds fantastic! What pretty covers too!

  7. Ooohhh, sounds amazing, congratulations Danielle !

  8. This has a beautiful cover! Thanks for highlighting this today Anna!

  9. Love watching writers support other writers. You’re the best, Anna!

  10. Lovely covers! Sounds like a great series. I’ll check it out.

  11. I haven’t read one through five, but I want to thank you for making me aware of them. I love mermaid stories and that great cover!

  12. Not a big fan of the Little Mermaid, but need to check out the rest of the series! Love retellings, so thanks for the heads up!

    Terri @ Alexia’s Books and Such…

  13. What a great idea for sharing the book. ‘Top 5 reasons’–I’ll remember that.

  14. It sounds wonderful! Must check out the first books now too. 🙂

  15. The Little Mermaid in any form is always a win 🙂

  16. I love a good retelling. The cover is so beautiful, too. Looks right up my alley!

  17. This series is new to me, but I do enjoy retellings. Lovely 5 reasons!

  18. Didn’t care for The Little Mermaid much, but this series sounds pretty good. Congratulations on the sixth book in the series.

  19. jenniferbielman

    the cover is meh but it sounds interesting.

  20. The Little Mermaid is my favorite Disney heroine and movie. Will add this and the previous series to my TBR list.

  21. Always loved The Little Mermaid, and the other novellas sound wonderful as well (not to mention beautiful). Congratulations to Danielle!

    VR Barkowski

  22. I really like the cover 🙂 and I love mermaids books so count me in to start this series soon
    Ruty @Reading…Dreaming

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