Monthly Archives: February 2013

Una fatsa, una ratsa

Déjà vu. It sounds so familiar… On the 6th of May 2012, this poor country, in the eye of the storm of the Eurozone financial crisis, headed to the polls. In the run-up to election day, almost everybody here was … Continue reading

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Reader testimonials for Fateful Eyes

Marketa Suranova 1 Mar 2013 I was hooked to read through the sample of your book; your style is capturing and it keeps you in the rhythm to keep on reading. I also liked that the story is from real … Continue reading

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An essay on dystopian fiction

The following review of “Fateful Eyes” was written by Lynn Perretta and appeared on http://www.streetwraith.net/fatefuleyes.html This week on Streetwraith DotNet, we are taking on dystopian fiction. While most dystopias focus on the future or other worlds, I wanted to highlight … Continue reading

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I have finally read the book, and I was spellbound

After five years of hard work to write and publish a book, it is extremely gratifying to receive a reader’s testimonial such as this: “Dear Panos, I have finally read the book, and I was spellbound. I just could not … Continue reading

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Allilon Net solidarity network for the Greek crisis

Dear friends and colleagues, Please support the younger generation of professionals in Greece! I would like to invite you to join ALLILONnet, a growing global professional network, where you can share and exchange expertise, ideas and resources, while helping to … Continue reading

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