Sunday, April 20, 2014

Congratulations Green Wizard Publishing - Celebrating Two Years in the industry

Congratulations to Mark Barry and Green Wizard publishing upon celebrating its second year in a rapidly expanding industry.  The accomplishments achieved thus far continue to entice readers on both sides of the pond, piquing interest by offering quality novels in diverse genres.


I, along with your followers, wish you every success throughout the year.

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Bet You Didn't Know: Easter Traditions

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History Trivia - The last naval battle in Byzantine history occurs

April 20

1303 The University of Rome La Sapienza was instituted by Pope Boniface VIII.

1314 Clement V died. Clement, who owed his election largely to King Philip IV of France, chose to move the Papacy to Avignon, where it remained for more than 60 years. He also had a hand in the trial of the Templars.

1442 Edward IV, King of England, 1461-83, was born.

1453 The last naval battle in Byzantine history occurred, as three Genoese galleys escorting a Byzantine transport fought their way through the huge Ottoman blockade fleet.
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Saturday, April 19, 2014

Congratulations Ngaire Elder - Authorsdb #1

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Ngaire Elder, author of The Adventures of Cecilia Spark novels, is a natural storyteller whose love of animals is reflected in her work.

Ngaire was born and raised in Glasgow, Scotland, where she spent most of her childhood playing with her brother and her imaginary friends. As a child, she wrote plays, just for fun, but it would be years before her first book was ultimately published.

After college and university, Ngaire embarked on a career in the health and safety sector. As a Health and Safety Advisor, she was instrumental in implementing health and safety laws in the workplace. After meeting her husband, she chose a new occupation, and became a full-time wife and mother.

In the past decade, Ngaire has managed to balance a writing career and family commitments. She has participated in reading events at primary schools in County Derry, Northern Ireland, Seeley Primary School, Sherwood, and has taught English to young children participating in the Spanish school system’s extracurricular activity programme. She has been interviewed extensively by European and American bloggers, and her work has been featured in Indie Author News, British Indie Fiction, the Coleraine Times, and The Nottingham Post.

Ngaire is a passionate supporter of horse rescue, having volunteered in a rescue center in southern Spain. She is actively involved in fund raisers supporting not only local rescue centers, but also for international programs, such as saving the wild mustangs in the Pryor Mountain range in Montana.

Ngaire resides in Spain with her husband and four children.
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FREE KINDLE PROMO April 19 to April 22th for Everville The City of Worms

FREE KINDLE PROMO April 19 to April 22th for Everville The City of Worms [InD'Tale Magazine's Creme de la Cover March Winner]

College freshman Owen Sage has just started to understand the darkness trying to overtake Everville and the earthly realm. With the help of The Keeper and the Fron army, Owen has managed to buy some time, but new problems have already emerged, new secrets need to be revealed, and the race against time to stop Them from conquering both dimensions has only just begun. The Keeper, Owen Sage, and his friends at Easton Falls University must now battle threats from within. To do it, they must reunite with familiar creatures and join forces with new ones as they navigate their journey to the truth that awaits them in Everville.
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History Trivia - Viking raiders kill Alphege, Archbishop of Canterbury

April 19

 607 Comet Halley approached within 0.0898 AUs of Earth.

 1012 Viking raiders killed Alphege, Archbishop of Canterbury before being bought off with a huge bribe.

1054 Pope Leo IX died.  He was able to transform the papacy from a local power in Rome to a major influence in Europe.
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Friday, April 18, 2014

The Phil Naessens Show: San Antonio Spurs, Miami Heat & Oklahoma City Thunder Playoff Previews

On today’s Phil Naessens Show J.R. Wilco joins Phil to preview the San Antonio Spurs first round playoff matchup with the Dallas Mavericks, David Ramil joins Phil to preview the Miami Heat’s first round playoff matchup with the Charlotte Bobcats and J.A. Sherman joins Phil to preview the Oklahoma City Thunder’s first round matchup with the Memphis Grizzlies. Follow on Bloglovin