Eric Bitz of BuyNiceCards Explains Why Collecting Trading Cards is Fun and Profitable As Well

Eric Bitz of BuyNiceCards Explains Why Collecting Trading Cards is Fun and Profitable As Well

PITTSBURGH, PA, UNITED STATES, April 28, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Eric Bitz of BuyNiceCards is going to share some insights into trading cards, and how they can offer both a lot of fun and make for nice investments as well.

Financial markets have been hot in recent months as stock markets have surged to record highs. Cryptocurrencies and other investment markets have also surged. While perhaps not as familiar as stocks, trading cards have also turned into hot investment opportunities with some cards snagging millions of dollars. Now, Eric Bitz of BuyNiceCards is going to explain why trading cards offer not only profit potential, but a lot of fun as well.

“I started collecting trading cards simply because it’s fun,” Eric Bitz says. “People like collecting stuff, whether it’s antiques, stamps, or yes, trading cards. It’s a fun hobby and offers a way to build up expert knowledge.”

Many people get hooked into trading cards young. Kids can collect cards and trade them on the playground. While some individual cards may snag millions of dollars, packs of cards often cost only a few bucks. This allows even kids to get in on collecting. And who knows, the cards kids collect today may be worth a lot of money in the future.

Collecting rare things simply seems to be part of human nature. We humans like to build collections so we can show them off. Building a collection of cards or stamps also gives you something to strive for.

Ancient peoples collected seashells, gold, and other things. Nowadays, people collect trading cards. It’s a tale as old as time.

“It’s hard to explain the intrinsic value of collecting valuables,” Eric Bitz notes. “But we can’t deny that people do indeed enjoy collecting. And if you’re going to collect something, trading cards are among the best things you can collect because the market is large and demand is high.”

Eric Bitz of BuyNiceCards Talks About What Makes Cards Valuable

When it comes to collecting things, rarity is the key. If something is rare, it may turn out to be extremely valuable. This is as true for trading cards as it is for gold, antiques, and the like. The most expensive trading cards are often the rarest cards.

“Definitely, rare cards can snag the most money,” Eric Bitz says. “It’s simple economics, if supply is limited and demand is high, prices will be high too.”

Demand is important too. When it comes to sports cards, famous athletes often generate the most demand. Indeed, the most expensive card ever sold was a Mickey Mantle card that snagged more than $5 million.

“People love following popular athletes. Babe Ruth, LeBron James, Michael Jordan, just about everyone knows their names,” Eric Bitz of BuyNiceCards says. “If you can combine a popular figure like Mickey Mantle with a rare card, you’ve got a potential winner on your hands, as far as trading card investments are concerned.”

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Artworks by iconic Louisiana painters Knute Heldner and Clementine Hunter will headline Crescent City's May 8-9 auction

Original oil painting by iconic Louisiana artist Knute Heldner (Swedish/New Orleans, 1875-1952) titled Singing by the Mississippi River, 39 ¾ inches by 31 ½ inches (est. $25,000-$35,000).

Group of twelve painted objects by Clementine Hunter (La./1887-1988), the revered Louisiana folk-artist, all from the Yvonne Ryan collection, to be sold as one lot (est. $8,000-$12,000).

Mid-19th century oil on canvas portrait painting attributed to Thomas Sully (Philadelphia, 1783-1872), titled A Young Woman in a Moment of Inspiration, faintly signed (est. $1,500-$2,500).

129-piece set of sterling flatware by Gorham in the La Scala pattern, designed in 1964 by Richard Gavette (1930-2018), with a total weight of 178.7 troy oz. (est. $2,500-$4,500).

19th century French Louis XV-style bombe marquetry inlaid mahogany marble-top ormolu mounted bowfront parlor cabinet, 45 ¾ inches tall by 84 inches wide (est. $2,500-$4,500).

The auction, at 11 am Central both days, also has vintage couture, dazzling estate jewelry, Newcomb College pottery, French furniture, sterling silver and more.

NEW ORLEANS, LA, UNITED STATES, April 28, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Original oil paintings by iconic Louisiana artists Knute Heldner and Clementine Hunter, a 129-piece sterling flatware by Gorham in the La Scala pattern, pottery pieces by local potters (including Newcomb Pottery examples), vintage couture and dazzling estate jewelry are just part of Crescent City Auction Gallery’s two-day Important Spring Estates auction slated for the weekend of May 8th and 9th, starting promptly at 11 am Central both days.

The auction, totaling 752 lots across the two days, will feature property from the collection of Nicholas Burke (1834-1905), formerly of 5809 St. Charles Avenue in New Orleans (The Wedding Cake House), by descent to the present consignor; the estate of Dr. Sue LeBlanc in Hammond, La.; Lower Garden District and distinguished Garden District collectors; and other fine items pulled from prominent estates and collections throughout the region.

With a pre-sale estimate of $25,000-$35,000, the oil on canvas painting by Knute Heldner (Swedish/New Orleans, 1875-1952), titled Singing by the Mississippi River, is a candidate for top lot of the auction. The 39 ¾ inch by 31 ½ inch painting is signed lower right. From Clementine Hunter (La./1887-1988), a group of twelve painted objects by the revered folk-artist, all from the Yvonne Ryan collection, will be sold as a single lot (est. $8,000-$12,000).

The 129-piece set of sterling flatware by Gorham in the La Scala pattern was designed in 1964 by Richard Gavette (1930-2018) and has a total weight of 178.7 troy oz. (est. $2,500-$4,500). Vintage jewelry from the estate of Dr. Sue LeBlanc and other collections includes an 18kt “Sputnik” brooch, a ruby ring, amethyst earrings and more. Vintage couture items will feature items from names such as Judith Leiber, Prada, Gucci, Louis Vuitton and Chanel.

Lots 211-214 are dedicated to fine pottery items and include the following:

• A Shearwater pottery bowl crafted in 1977 by James (Mac) Anderson (1907-1998), 4 ¼ inches tall and 8 inches in diameter (est. $800-$1,200).
• Leaf Bowl (2009) by New Orleans potter Paula Ninas, 3 ¾ inches tall (est. $1,000-$2,000).
• A Newcomb College art pottery matte baluster vase created in 1918 by Anna Frances Simpson, 10 inches tall (est. $3,000-$5,000).
• A Newcomb College art pottery high glaze vase done in 1909 by Marie de Hoa LeBlanc, 7 ¼ inches in height and 4 ¼ inches in diameter (est. $3,000-$5,000).

Also expected to generate great bidder interest is a mid-19th century oil on canvas portrait painting attributed to Thomas Sully (Philadelphia, 1783-1872), titled A Young Woman in a Moment of Inspiration, signed faintly in monogram on verso (est. $1,500-$2,500); and a 19th century French Louis XV-style bombe marquetry inlaid mahogany marble top ormolu mounted bowfront parlor cabinet, measuring 45 ¾ inches tall by 84 inches wide (est. $2,500-$4,500).

The clocks and watches category will feature a men’s 18kt yellow gold Rolex President Oyster Perpetual Day “Presidential” wristwatch with an Italian 18kt yellow gold link band (est. $7,000-$12,000); a lady’s stainless steel and 18kt yellow gold Rolex Oyster Perpetual wristwatch, self-winding (est. $1,000-$2,000); and a three-piece French Louis XVI-style gilt bronze and gray marble clock set with a candelabra, dating to the 19th century, the candelabra 19 ½ inches tall (est. $600-$900).

Paintings by renowned New Orleans and Louisiana artists is another category bidders and collectors have come to expect from Crescent City Auction Gallery, and this sale is no exception.

An oil on canvas painting by William Hemmerling (1943-2009, Louisiana/Illinois), titled New Orleans, signed and dated verso, unframed, measuring 29 ¾ inches by 40 inches should realize $4,000-$6,000; and an oil on board by Noel Rockmore (New Orleans, 1928-1995), titled Man with Trombone (1963), from the artist’s New York Jazz series, signed and dated lower left and 29 ½ inches by 19 ½ inches (canvas, less the frame) is expected to change hands for $2,500-$4,500.

A pair of artworks by New Orleans artists have identical estimates of $1,000-$2,000. One is a 20th century charcoal self-portrait on paper by George Valentine Dureau (b. 1930), artist signed lower middle and measuring 39 inches by 28 ½ inches. The other is a 19th century oil on canvas attributed to John Genin (1830-1895, a French artist who was active in New Orleans from 1860-1895), titled Portrait of a Young Creole Girl, unsigned, measuring 24 ¾ inches by 19 ¾ inches.

An oil wash on board by Alexander J. Drysdale (La., 1870-1934), titled Louisiana Bayou Scene, signed lower left and measuring 9 ½ inches by 28 ½ inches, has an estimate of $1,500-$2,500; while a circa 1923 oil on board by William Woodward (La., 1859-1939), titled Road to Mount Mitchell, North Carolina, signed and dated lower left, is estimated to command $1,200-$1,800.

A 19th century New Orleans School work, Portrait of Nicholas Burke (1834-1905), Founder of Hibernia Bank, unsigned and 39 ¾ inches by 29 ½ inches, is expected to rise to $2,000-$4,000. Also, a 19th century oil on canvas Continental School Iberian Peninsula Coastal Scene, unsigned and measuring 28 inches in height by 38 ½ inches in width, is estimated to garner $1,000-$2,000.

A five-piece sterling silver tea set made in the 20th century by Black, Starr and Frost (No. 1288), made in 1915 with all the pieces engraved “Silas Bent McKinley,” weighing a total of 119.66 troy oz., should knock down for $2,500-$3,500. Also, a rosewood boudoir grand piano by John Broadwood (London, manufactured circa 1885) has a modest pre-sale estimate of $800-$1,200.

A 20th or 21st century patinated bronze fountain figure of two putti holding a large fish, 54 ¾ inches tall, should change hands for $1,500-$2,500; a 19th century patinated bronze of Venus de Milo, stamped on the base verso, “F. Barbedienne, Fondeur”, 38 inches tall, has an estimate of $700-$1,200); and a late 20th century patinated bronze sculpture after Hippolyte Moreau (French, 1832-1927), titled Seated Woman on a Tree, 28 inches tall, is expected to finish at $400-$600.

French furniture always does well in Crescent City auctions. This sale features a 20th century parquetry inlaid, ormolu mounted Louis XV-style marble-top mahogany commode, the stepped serpentine rounded edges and corner Breche d’Alpes marble over three frieze drawers and two deep lower drawers (est. $1,000-$2,000); and a 19th century French ormolu mounted marquetry inlaid mahogany marble-top secretary commode, about 53 ½ inches in width (est. $800-$1,200).

Furniture not from France is also tantalizing and will include an early 20th century William IV rosewood rent table, 42 ½ inches in diameter (est. $800-$1,200); and a glass and steel console table by Mario Villa (Nicaragua/New Orleans, b. 1953), made in the 20th century and part of a collection of Mario Villa furniture pieces, 68 inches wide by 20 inches deep (est. $600-$900).

Live, in-person bidding, as well as exhibition previews, will be held by appointment only, in the Crescent City gallery located at 1330 St. Charles Avenue in New Orleans. Previews will be held daily, starting on Thursday, April 29th (excluding Sunday). A Saturday, May 1st preview will be held from 9 am -1 pm. To schedule an appointment for live gallery bidding on auction day, or for a preview, call 504-529-5057, or, you can send an email to info@crescentcityauctiongallery.com.

Internet bidding will be provided by LiveAuctioneers.com, Invaluable.com and BidSquare.com. Absentee and phone bids will be accepted until 1 pm Central time on Friday, May 7th. A 25 percent buyer’s premium will be applied in-house (three percent discount for cash or check). A printed catalog is available; call 504-529-5057 or email info@crescentcityauctiongallery.com.

Crescent City Auction Gallery is always seeking quality consignments for future auctions. To consign a single item, an estate or a collection, you can call them at (504) 529-5057; or, you can send an e-mail to info@crescentcityauctiongallery.com. All phone calls and e-mails are confidential.

For more regarding Crescent City Auction Gallery and the two-session Important Spring Estates Auction scheduled for May 8th and 9th, please visit www.crescentcityauctiongallery.com.

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Shoessee Launched Its Latest Collection of Dress Sandals Cute Shoes Designed for Fashionistas

The latest collection of dress sandals is here at the store and it’s already set women talking.

HONG KONG, CHINA, April 28, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — As a reputed ecommerce platform for women shoppers based globally, Shoessee has displayed generously its latest line of dress sandals. The choice of footwear has increased over the years and this is one of the new categories that women have indeed taken a liking to. Apart from these sandals, the company will continue with the sale of new manufactured shoes that adhere to the latest in fashion and trends.

Focusing on the present day needs of women, the company has checked for the materials and quality before declaring this sale. “We did not think of launching this new collection at this time. The company has few set ideas and how it intends to get them implemented. But there’s no better time to announce the arrival of this new launch than this, since we do not have any upcoming sales now. Our usual collections in loafers, sandals, boots and pumps will continue to be under the respective categories at the website and customers can take their picks, if they like,” added one of the senior members of the R&D team of the company.

Shoessee has something for everyone- be it rich or poor or old and young; the collections suit everyone. The incredible collections that the company has at present are by far few of the best ones that the footwear industry contains. “The display at our site is truly eye-catching. At least, new shoppers who haven’t tried our shoes yet will be stunned seeing the plethora of designs and most importantly, the nominal pricing of each pair,” added the member.

In regards to the services, the CEO of the company said, “Our shoes are sustainable and manufactured and produced exclusively by us. We deal in some of the best vintage and retro looks as much as the modern designs. Nowhere in the world have we had any brick and mortar outlet, but our online presence has reached most women. Keeping in mind the varied mindsets of shoppers, we have all such cute shoes crafted by some of the most hard working and meticulous shoemakers in the factory, who have excelled at their tasks.”

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Wayrates Introduces Born for Adventure Collection of Tactical Clothing for Men

Wayrates has just launched its Born for Adventure line of men’s tactical clothing and gears for outdoor activities.

HONG KONG, CHINA, April 28, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Wayrates, a popular fashion store known for selling tactical clothing online at remarkable discounts, has recently introduced its exclusive Born for Adventure line of men’s fashion tactical clothing and tactical gears for outdoor adventures and sports. The adventure collection consists of a wide range of tactical clothing and accessories, including, but not limited to, tops, bottoms, headgears, shoes, sportswear, and bag packs. The company’s designers have been planning this collection since a long time and had waited till the start of the fall-winter fashion week to unveil it.

The Born for Adventure is perfect for men who like adventure sports, outdoor activities, and visit the gym often. The store’s collection consists of an extensive range of tactical clothes that are not only fashionable but also built to endure the demands of outdoor activities. Wearable in any weather, the adventure line has been crafted from tough yet flexible and versatile materials that can easily withstand harsh temperatures, provide protection from rain, and resist wear and tear. The store also sells sweat-resistant training vests and pants that dry quickly.

To promote the new collection, Wayrates is offering generous discounts up to 50% on its tactical shirts and accessories. Furthermore, the store offers exciting volume discounts on bulk orders of its products. Customers can get $6, $18, and $28 off on orders over $89, $129, and $199, respectively, by using the promo codes provided on the homepage. The company even offers free shipping all over the world for orders over $89 and new customers can avail of an additional 5% discount on their first orders.

The head of marketing of the company said, “We have come up with the idea of an adventure collection to tap in to the rising popularity of outdoor activities and adventure sports. However, since the coronavirus has put outdoor activities on hold for the moment, we have decided to offer hefty discounts on our tactical clothing collection to boost our sales and keep our customers happy. We urge customers to visit Wayrates immediately as the discounts are for a limited time only.”

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Wayrates is a well-known online store that offers tactical clothing, sportswear, and accessories for men all over the world at competitive rates.

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Evan Dombroski Featured in Article on Benefits of Taking Up Photography

NEW YORK, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, April 28, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Veteran photographer Evan Dombroski was recently featured in an article highlighting the top reasons why people should consider taking up photography.

In the feature article, the writer explains that he took the plunge into photography after hearing New York’s Evan Dombroski explain in a video why people like him – an amateur photographer – should give the craft a try. According to the article, taking up photography is an excellent move even for individuals who do not seek to become professionals, for multiple reasons.

For one, when people hone their photography skills, this can help them to capture better memories. After all, a high-resolution shot can provide even more valuable memories than an old grainy image can, according to Dombroski. He emphasizes that individuals who are not necessarily interested in taking photos for public viewing may still want to up their photography games for their loved ones’ and friends’ sake in the years ahead.

The article also explains that learning the art of photography can help people to look at their world differently. For instance, they may become more excited by natural scenery and thus gravitate to wildlife photography. In addition, they may notice that the hues around them look different in the wild. Meanwhile, individuals who prefer to take pictures of people might develop a greater appreciation for the variety of stories people tell from their facial expressions alone, according to Dombroski.

Yet another reason to take up photography is that it will suddenly become a passion project for many novice photographers – just as it did for Evan Dombroski. Newbies to the field may find that they enjoy learning how to use editing and filters to improve the looks of their photos, for example. Thus, during each shoot, they will find themselves creating true works of art that they can be proud of for years to come.

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Tahir Mella and the Melladys

Tahir Mella

Tahir Mella

Started in 1976 by the late attorney Ynocencio de Castro Mella, Tahir Mella’s family has continued a tradition in their musical group, the Melladys.

Out of all of my passions—my family and the music we have made together tops them all. Music is a universal language, capable of connecting with people no matter what language they speak.”

— Tahir Mella

PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA, UNITED STATES, April 28, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — It is hard to define who Tahir Mella really is unless you actually know him. He likes to skydive. He likes to write fiction. He is a painter and equestrian. He is a pilot and a traveler. He is a wine enthusiast. Tahir Mella has a passion for immigration law. However, maybe more importantly, Tahir Mella loves his family and music, and perhaps places these two aspects of his life far above anything else. Why is that the case?

Spanning back several decades, in 1976 Mella’s late father, Ynocencio de Castro Mella, and his late mother, Lolita Ranoja Mella, started a musical group called the Melladys. Ynocencio and Lolita were married for an impressive 60-years, during which they had five children: Khasim, Ramel, Thaib, Princess, and Tahir.

Despite often living a traditional Filipino life, the Mella family created something new and modern too. Something that had never been created before. During such a pivotal era, filled with social and political change and cultural upheaval, the sound of the Melladys reflected all of that in many ways. Add in traditional Filipino life, five children with different attributes and contributions to the group, and a strong desire for change, birthed the unique and resonating sound of the Melladys. The group’s same eclectic and distinct sound is often described for its flair has carried on through the years, with Tahir taking the reins in carrying that on by adding a more modern, contemporary twist to the music of the past.

Like his mother and father who enjoyed a long marriage with five children, Tahir and his wife also have a strong marriage and five children—all of whom possess unique qualities and experiences that impact how Tahir approaches composition and performs. Similarly, both Tahir and his late father appreciated the life of academia and studied law extensively. Tahir’s studies and passion for law undoubtedly helped him write and perform music—as surely was the case for his father as well. The learned attention to detail and patience required to study law has undoubtedly paid dividends for his musical career.

As an executive producer with John E. Mendell of the Melladys, Tahir Mella hopes to continue to grow the band and expand its reach. He hopes by reviving the Melladys’ tradition of music and family, he can help bring back its passion for his family and all who have the opportunity to appreciate what his parents started decades ago.

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COLORME Artist Debra Murrow Shows New Art at Squarz Pies Scottsdale & Pita Jungle Desert Ridge

COLORME Artist Debra Murrow Shows New Art at Squarz Pies Scottsdale & Pita Jungle Desert Ridge

COLORME Artist Debra Murrow Shows New Art at Squarz Pies Scottsdale & Pita Jungle Desert Ridge

COLORME Artist Debra Murrow Shows New Art at Squarz Pies Scottsdale & Pita Jungle Desert Ridge

COLORME Artist Debra Murrow Shows New Art at Squarz Pies Scottsdale & Pita Jungle Desert Ridge

COLORME Art Spa - Debra Murrow - https://www.colormeartspa.com/

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COLORME Art Spa founder and artist Debra Murrow is showing her colorful, inspiring art pieces at Squarz Pies North Scottsdale and Pita Jungle Desert Ridge.

I’m happy to have the chance to show my art at Squarz Pies and Pita Jungle at Desert Ridge. It’s great to see more people out and about, going to these cafes, and enjoying my art at the same time.”

— Debra Lee Murrow, COLORME Art Spa

SCOTTSDALE, AZ, UNITED STATES, April 27, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — COLORME Art Spa founder and artist Debra Murrow is showing her colorful, inspiring art pieces at two popular Valley restaurants – Squarz Pies in North Scottsdale and Pita Jungle at Desert Ridge.

Debra has been part of the revolving artists program with Pita Jungle for two years, and during that time, she has displayed her colorful pen and ink art at various Pita Jungles in the Valley, winning new fans and opening up new opportunities. She connected with Squarz Pies in North Scottsdale in early 2021, and loves the community that the team there is building with art and delicious food.

“I’m happy to have the chance to show my art at Squarz Pies and Pita Jungle at Desert Ridge,” said Debra Murrow, artist and founder of COLORME Art Spa. "It’s great to see more people out and about, going to these cafes, and enjoying my art at the same time. I love to take part in helping to create our new social community."

Debra created these new art pieces in the past year, and you can see her beautiful pieces on the walls of both restaurants.
* Squarz Pies Scottsdale (13802 N Scottsdale Rd, Scottsdale, AZ 85254 – 602-935-7520)
* Pita Jungle Desert Ridge (20910 N. Tatum Blvd. Ste 140, Phoenix, AZ 85050 – 480-473-4321)

As the pandemic restrictions ease up, Debra hopes to deliver her art workshops with in-person events at Squarz and Pita Jungle.

About Debra Lee Murrow/COLORME Art Spa
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Debra Lee Murrow is a Fine Artist, Entrepreneur, and founder of the COLORME Art Spa. She helps adults express themselves through a variety of art classes, teaching and coaching on art and awareness of the words you speak. She also works with leaders of businesses to help them use artistic work to clarify their mission statements and company goals. Murrow continues to lend her talents to those who need them, improving the world around her through artistic expression. (www.ColorMeArtSpa.com)

Murrow teaches five main workshops, to help people find fun and purpose, as well as at finding the artist within! These five pictures seen above represent each workshop. Click here to receive a Free COLORME postcard to get you started on your healing journey. Need a creative outlet for your team or family? See her many options for custom COLORME Art Packages.

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Tahir Mella and the Casyrole

Tahir Mella

Tahir Mella

“Casyrole, Ten Legendary Tales” delivers invaluable life lessons to develop one’s character, will, and ability to love another by overcoming hatred.

My deep sense of pride in my family, especially my parents, Ynocencio Mella and Lolita Ranoja, derives from learning values that I can only hope I have carried on to my family and hopefully to yours.”

— Tahir Mella

PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA, UNITED STATES, April 27, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Tahir Mella, a published author, has written his debut novel titled “Casyrole, Ten Legendary Tales” (“Casyrole”), centering on what is right and wrong in this world and how to change it for the better. According to Tahir, an old Casyrole saying goes:

“All life is valuable, and what makes a human is not necessarily his looks, but his character, his will, and his ability to love.”

In a nutshell, Tahir’s “Casyrole” is about a creature with bizarre and beastly features, but deep down, a heart of gold. He discusses this immediately after explaining that many professionals tend to “stick to their guns,” which is not necessarily a bad thing. However, it may give the impression that they are hard-shelled and cold in the inside, Tahir writes. This, though, is not the case with respect to Casyrole itself.

Casyrole is the bizarre and beastly creature that is constantly being sought after by humans, particularly children, as the humans want to rid the earth of this ugly and scary monster. The Casyrole having survived near extinction of his breed, develops in the plot as having more of a kind heart than his human hunters. Perhaps this could be a comparison of professionals like doctors, lawyers, engineers, and others with Casyrole—that these professionals appear one way on the outside to be tough and scary, but are generally, in truth, filled with emotion and compassion for his or her others.

Tahir puts this notion on display himself, as a professional who presented his book “Casyrole” to over 400 students at a school in New Jersey. In doing so, he signed his book for students and actively sought their input for future “Casyrole” books. Tahir welcomes invitations from schools to present his book and sign it for students.

As can be expected, in his first novel Tahir highlights his strong familial background and moral compass that demonstrates how to live life the right way full of compassion for others, even those who do not understand. To learn more about Casyrole and to read a book excerpt, click here. Expect future developments for the Casyrole as it evolves into future novel concepts to further teach children and families important and valuable lessons through the skilled writing of Tahir Mella.

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Georgia’s Fastest-Growing Soccer Club Affiliates with United Futbol Academy and Announces Try-Out Dates

Registration opens May 1 for recreation travel soccer teams

What we created over the last four years has been magical, and we are continuing that magic for players in our area through this affiliation.”

— UFA Metro Atlanta Executive Director Jon Akin

ATLANTA, GA, UNITED STATES, April 27, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — The fastest-growing soccer club in Georgia has rebranded after their affiliation with United Futbol Academy, the top club in the Southeastern United States. The newly named program, UFA Metro Atlanta, hosts more than 1,000 members with successful teams at every level of academy and select. The recreation soccer program will serve players in the Chamblee, Ga. and Brookhaven, Ga. area.

Formerly known as Brookhaven FC, UFA Atlanta-Metro will keep their leadership structure, facilities, and neighborhood feel while enhancing each offering provided to all members. For four years, the club has built a strong reputation for player development and fair play.

“What we created over the last four years has been magical, and we are continuing that magic for players in our area through this affiliation,” said UFA Metro Atlanta Executive Director Jon Akin. “As a scout for the U.S. National Soccer Team, I have seen the level of professionalism of the UFA organization, and this is a great next step for our club and our membership.”

Tryout registration opens May 1. For children born from 2008-2013, tryouts will be held May 24 through May 26. For children born 2003-2007, tryouts will be held June 1 through June 3. Registration for the recreational league begins in August.

More updates will be announced as the UFA team gears up for the 2021 season. Please use UFA’s social media handle @UFAMetroAtlanta on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter for all the latest news and scores. For more information visit metro.unitedfa.org.

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CJ Daly does it again with new "The Academy Saga" Book Series release: CAP & Gown

The Academy Saga: CAP and Gown

CJ Daly does it again with new “The Academy Saga” Book Series release: CAP & Gown

The Academy Saga: CAP and Gown

Academy Saga” Book Series release: CAP & Gown

The Academy Saga Book Series Book III CAP & Gown CJ Daly Picture

Meet the Author – CJ Daly The Academy Saga Book Series Book III CAP & Gown

“The Academy Saga” author CJ Daly announced the release of her new book “CAP & Gown,” the third installment of her saga, and fans are falling hard!

This installment in the series takes CJ Daly's writing up a notch, with characters that will, undoubtedly, stay in the minds of readers long after the last page is turned.”

— Ruffina Oserio

DALLAS, TEXAS, UNITED STATES, April 27, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ —

Katie Connelly is nineteen years old but feels like she's been fighting for survival forever. When Officer Ranger Nealson offers her a lifeline at The
Academy, she snatches it with both hands. But she soon realizes that her lifeline might not be enough to keep her afloat and that her mentor might have ulterior motives. She wouldn't be willing to compromise her principles if it wasn't for one small thing–her brother Mikey. Her all-encompassing promise to her mother to protect her brothers causes her to forge forward with Ranger's master plan. After all, this is likely the best deal she would get at The Academy, and she and Mikey need all the help they can get to survive in this cutthroat world.
But during the course of her training, Kate can't help but long for a different elite cadet. Where is Pete Davenport? He's lost in the wind. Will he make an appearance before Kate marches into a destiny she's not sure she wants? Much less can handle. Somewhere along this fast-forward march, Kate makes a major misstep that costs her biggest ally and forever changes the lives of everyone she's trying to protect.

Praise for The Academy Saga: CAP & Gown

“The characters are developed with refined skill… Emotions are well captured — one would say with forensic finesse. The prose is captivating, rippling with rich descriptions. The emotional conflict is strong and grows in intensity, augmenting the depth in character and infusing the writing with realism. CAP & Gown is deftly plotted, well-balanced, and an utterly satisfying read.” – Christian Sia, Reader’s Favorite

“This installment in the series takes CJ Daly's writing up a notch, with characters that will, undoubtedly, stay in the minds of readers long after the last page is turned. The prose is crisp, with descriptions that are vivid, exposing the tiniest of emotions and capturing the intensity of the action that characterizes the story. The plot is twisty… I was left guessing what happens next.” – Ruffina Oserio, Reader’s Favorite

“A thrilling romance with plenty of personality and emotion for its readers to get swept away by. The plot and characters are beautifully written and developed, the story full of tension and suspense, which really got my heart racing. CJ Daly is a master at developing exciting, passionate relationships that are fully fleshed out and real.” – K.C. Finn, Reader’s Favorite

Head over to Amazon or GoodReads for reviews, praise, and more information about Book l and Book ll, before you dive headfirst into Book lll!

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“The Academy Saga” author CJ Daly announced the release of her new book “CAP & Gown,” the third installment of her saga, and fans are falling hard!


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