Artemis Rising: a book you need to read!

New Audio Book Launch: Artemis Rising on Audible and iTunes!

Award-winning Artemis Rising out now on audio book!

Cheri Lasota’s award-winning debut novel, Artemis Rising, has just been released as an audio book. To celebrate, the e-book version is FREE everywhere online!

Snatch up the FREE e-book at these vendors online:

Amazon | Barnes & Noble | iTunes | Kobo | Smashwords

Did you know?

If you get the e-book version, you’ll likely see the audio book on Audible at a heavily discounted price the next time you visit the Artemis Rising Audible page. Pretty cool!

Get your copy of the Audio Book now!

Audible Artemis Rising Cover

Audible | iTunes

 Narrator Highlight: Caprisha Page

 Narrator Caprisha Page lent her voice to the project and through her talents, she brought all the characters to life: Arethusa, Tristan, Diogo and all the others. Here’s what Caprisha had to say about her experience:
Narrator Caprisha Page“Being an audiobook narrator, I love the sound of spoken language, regardless of the language in question. The sounds and inflections each language and regional dialect possesses helps us to understand characters and settings in ways that are deeper than just the written word. A project like Artemis Rising reminds me how interconnected the world really is. When I took the project on, I knew I was going to need to help with all of the Portuguese words and phrases in the book. Thankfully, Cheri had someone lined up who was exceptional at breaking all of these down. While I speak languages other than English, Portuguese, and especially that of the Azoreans was not one of them. Not only was this tutor able to help me bring these words to life, but through this process my “tutor” has also become a friend, one that I hope to keep for a long time. Languages possess that amazing ability to bring two previously unknown people together, building friendships from miles away.”

Dive into the story

What if your name was your destiny? And what if that name foretold a tragic end?

Artemis RisingEva must accept the tragic fate her mother has chosen for her. But Tristan, the one she loves, has willingly chosen another destiny, a journey fraught with danger and sorrow. Diogo, driven by a mysterious power, will force them further apart if they cannot break the curse of their fates.

Set against the lush backdrop of 1890s Azores Islands, this YA Historical Fantasy is a seamless blend of two ancient mythologies: Tristan and Isolde & Alpheus and Arethusa.

A First Place Winner in the Chanticleer Cygnus Awards and E-book Category Finalist in the Next Generation Indie Book Awards, this Historical Fantasy novel is for readers who loved Chelsea Fine’sArchers of Avalon series, Megg Jensen’s Anathema, and Addison Moore’s Celestra series.

 Hear what the critics are saying

“Compelling, original and lyrically written… unlike anything I’ve ever read before.”
–Jessie Harrell, Author of Destined

“A love story unlike any other.”
–N. Gemini Sasson, Author of The Crown in the Heather and Isabeau

“Left me breathless and spellbound. I wanted to live inside its pages.”
–Karen Hooper, Author of Tangled Tides 

Learn more

Explore the book or read an excerpt on Artemis Rising‘s home on the web:

Enter the Artemis Rising Portal on CheriLasota.com

About the author: Cheri Lasota is a techno-dweeb and darn proud of it. She dabbles in video editing, ebook design, coding, gaming, gizmos, gadgets, tablets, and apps. When she’s not busy trying to kick her chocolate muffin habit, she also has her hand in composing, filmmaking, and ski racing. She secretly daydreams about owning two schnauzers named Tristan and Isolde, someday hearing the soundtrack to a film based on one of her books, and writing full time dressed only in her PJs. Think her dreams will come true?

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