30 thoughts on “Contact

  1. Sherrey Meyer

    I love what you’re doing with your blog, and I find your novel intriguing. I too want to share my father’s story as a historical novel but don’t have the benefit of too much history. He was raised in an orphanage from an early age (therefore, quite a bit of fiction!). That book will have to wait until my memoir is finished, or maybe not.

    The header image you’ve used is just perfect. A word of caution; if you haven’t used your own image, set up a page called something like “Header Credit” or “Header Attribution” to give the photographer credit for the image. You don’t want a lawsuit for copyright infringement. Take a look at my book review blog or my writing blog at SherreyMeyer.com. Both have such an attribution.

    Otherwise, your blog seems to have a good foundation, and I really want some time to read more of it. Good luck with your book!

    PS: I’m subscribing to your blog via email.

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  2. Sparkyjen

    Highest and Best to you as you await your first published book of shorts, or begin your self-publishing journey. I love that when you found your father’s stories, you decided to continue his legacy by writing them into what may turn out to be a wonderful success. Fingers Crossed!

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  3. Candelo Blooms

    Thank you for liking my post on One Year On and Still Blogging! It is a great way to connect with people! Where did you grow up in South-East Queensland? We had a cattle property half an hour south of Beaudesert, right on the NSW border. Your book sounds really interesting- old family letters are so valuable! Good Luck with your next book! x

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    1. S.C Karakaltsas Post author

      Thanks for checking out my blog. I grew up in a lovely place called Maleny – you may have heard of it. Writing is now something I do every day where I can. Keep up the great work with your blog.


  4. shobasadler

    I’m glad you liked my article ‘When A Book Deal Is Not A Big Deal’. Thank you for visiting my site. You have an intriguing premise for a story, I must say. It must have been quite an emotional experience to find those letters and piece the past together. I hail from Malaysia and fully understand what it must have been like to be ruled by the Japanese. It was a very unpleasant time for my grandparents and even parents. Well done in telling your parents’ story in a book! Best wishes

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  6. franklparker

    Thanks for liking the post I shared from Rebeca Bryn. Your own writing journey sounds intriguing. I too am trying to write about my father – he was killed in action during WWII when I was 2.

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