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Surfacing - Book One in the Swans Landing Series

Surfacing - Book One in the Swans Landing Series

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Shana Norris By ShanaNorris Completed

Sixteen-year-old Mara Westray has just lost her mother, and now, being shipped off to live with the father she doesn’t know is not how she imagined grieving. She’s already counting down the days until she turns eighteen and can leave the tiny island of Swans Landing.

But from the moment she steps off the ferry, nothing is as ordinary as it looks. Whispers of a haunting song on the wind make her see impossible things, and she isn’t sure she can trust her judgment about what is real and what isn’t anymore. Maybe she can’t even trust her judgment about quiet Josh Canavan, whose way of speaking in riddles and half-truths only confuses her more, luring her deeper into the secrets hidden beneath the ocean’s surface.

As she tries to unravel the events that led to her mom fleeing the island sixteen years ago, Mara finds that the biggest secret of all is only the beginning.


SURFACING is currently available in ebook format from Amazon.com, BarnesandNoble.com, iTunes, Smashwords, and other ebook retailers. Available in audiobook from Audible, and in print at Amazon.

Visit my website for more information on the Swans Landing series and where to purchase the ebooks: http://www.shananorris.com/surfacing/

takocos takocos a day ago
His name is Lake?  Really?  How ignorant do you think your audience is?
It's the ibiiiiiiiisssssss. Here in Australia, they are here, just to steal our food. They are such bastards
takocos takocos a day ago
Eyes are either wild or hollow.  Those are antonyms.  It can't be both.  Unless you want a complete tonal shift, pick a connotation and stick with it
takocos takocos a day ago
This sentence structure is kind of offputting in the middle sentence, and the first one is a fragment.
takocos takocos a day ago
Why did you use his name again instead of a pronoun?  The subject hadn't changed
takocos takocos a day ago
If this is the case, she wouldn't be there.  Her caseworker would have put her with the mother's next of kin.  She'd be living with a grandparent, aunt or uncle.  If he didn't show up to court, she'd go into the foster system.