ARTICLES WRITTEN ON LEONIDIO AND SURROUNDING AREAS
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Article on Tsitalia written by Niki Sepsas
Arcadia in The New York Times by Sherry Marker (August 12, 2001)
Arcadians have been historically documented to have settled on the island of Paros and also gave the island it's name.
Arcadians in the early centuries of the second millennium B.C. were one of the three basic groups of Greek-speaking peoples in Macedonia.
Arkadian Landscapes and ancient dialects written by Loukia Richards (focus on Leonidio travel)
Arkadia - written by N. Fields (University of Edinburgh)
Ancient Wanders: Arkadia Greece - Written by Jeremy Atiyah for the Sunday Times - June 4, 2002
Homewood resident and freelance writer, Niki Sepsas, is pleased to announce the publication of his romance novel, Song of the Gypsy.
Sepsas has had more than 600 articles published in a variety of national, regional, and local magazines. He is also a contributing author to the Chicken Soup for the Soul series of books, where one of his stories was adapted into a film that aired on PAX Television.
story is set in the mountainous Peloponnesos region of Greece where Sepsas’
grandparents lived before immigrating to the United States.
The author draws on 25 years of travel experiences working as a tour
guide that carried him to over 100 countries around the world, including over 30
trips to Greece, in crafting the story.
a story set in the area that I have visited so often was a real joy,” Sepsas
relates. “I hope that readers
will find in my book the same romance and love for life that characterizes the
Bookstores in the area will be announcing signing sessions of the novel, which will also be available for order through Amazon.com. http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/1932077057/qid=1075839277/sr=1-1/ref=sr_1_1/104-7862876-8155913?v=glance&s=books
For further information, contact: Niki Sepsas 205.942.5335 firstname.lastname@example.org or www.nikiwrites.com
Book Description: Californian Erika Johanssen is visiting Greece to escape a troubled past, to be alone with her thoughts. The last thing she wants is to become involved. But when she meets handsome, tanned Chris Pappas, the journey they take to his family's small village in the mountains draws them both enigmatically together. Will the past that draws Erika inward prevail, or will the haunting Greek countryside pull her closer to Chris?