Albert Burney Conducting a 2,700± Acre Land Auction

 Albert Burney, a leader in National Real Estate Auctions is excited to offer 2,700± acres in Jones County, MS, with 300± acre private lake for auction on August 26.

Rocky Creek is situated in between Laurel and Hattiesburg, MS. With easy access to Hwy 84, Hwy 588 and I-59, this land is perfect for a recreational property, development, or private retreat.

“The seller’s have made the decision to close this chapter of their lives and move on from this project. The 2,700± acres will be offered in 15 parcels ranging from 6.2± acres to over 400± acres. Come and bid on one parcel, five parcels or the entirety,” says Warren A. Ward, President of Albert Burney.

Large land tracts, such as this 2,700± acres, don’t come around very often in the southeast. Several of the parcels have planted pines with all parcels having extensive trail systems.

Albert Burney has auctioned properties in 46 different states and 8 different countries.

For more information about this opportunity, visit or call Albert Burney at 800-434-1654.

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Albert Sipes’s Book Was Featured at the New York Library Association 2022 Annual Conference and Trade Show and ReadersMagnet Book Confab

Albert Sipess impressive debut takes an immediate grip on its readers heart and imagination.

San Diego, CA – WEBWIRE

ReadersMagnet featured Albert Sipess “The Mildenhall Legacy” at their exhibit booth for New York Library Association 2022 Annual Conference on November 3 – 4, 2022, and ReadersMagnet Book Confab last October 28 – 30, 2022.

The Mildenhall Legacy by Albert Sipes was displayed at the New York Library Association 2022 Annual Conference and Trade Show on November 3 – 4, 2022, at Saratoga Springs City Center at 522 Broadway, Saratoga Springs, NY 12866, and the ReadersMagnet Book Confab on October 28 – 30, 2022, at 72 Warren St., Tribeca, New York.

Albert Sipess debut book is bold and exciting. It is saturated with the sensations of what it means to balance good fortune with a good heart. The books plot centers on Eve Chambers, a 22-year-old woman who unintentionally acquires vast wealth. The young protagonist remained grounded despite the unexpected change in her financial situation. Guided by her faith and core values, she eventually became motivated to lend others a helping hand.

Sipess rich and moving novel provides its readers with more than just dramatic depictions of the contemporary US, Paris, and Africa. The book tells a compelling story to illustrate the beauty of being present in the moment. In his book, Albert Sipes expounds Christian values through his brilliant choice of characters. It also celebrates the true spirit of sharing, making it a great holiday read.

Albert Sipess The Mildenhall Legacy was part of ReadersMagnets exhibit for the NYLA 2022 Annual Conference and Trade Show and ReadersMagnet Book Confab. Those who have read the book find it awe-inspiring. Copies of the book are available on Amazon.

The Mildenhall Legacy
Author | Albert Sipes
Published date | March 31, 2022
Publisher | Xlibris US
Book retail price | $17.99

Author Bio
Before writing books, Albert L. Sipes worked as an Army copy editor, radio broadcaster, and professional driver. He attended Adams State University, where he majored in Language Arts. Albert has served various transportation companies throughout the United States and Canada as a professional driver. While serving in Vietnam with the 1st Air Calvary, he worked as a copy editor for the Divisions newspaper.

In 2020, Albert wrote his autobiography Boomer 1945, describing his life experience as typical of mores and folkways. A couple of years later, he released his first novel, The Mildenhall Legacy, a Christian fiction. Albert identifies himself as a baby boomer. He believes that people are good and are better than the sum of their parts. Albert and his wife Cathy live in Colorado.

Albert Lee Kelln’s “Living the Miracles” Featured at World’s Largest Library Association Gathering

Book Retail Price | $11.95


Albert Lee Kelln was born in Shattuck, Oklahoma, in 1929 to German-speaking immigrants from Russia. As a youth, he experienced the Great Depression, the Dust Bowl, and the outbreak of World War II. By chance circumstances, Albert received an appointment to the US Naval Academy and graduated as an officer in 1952, ultimately achieving the rank of Rear Admiral.

For 28 years, Al served as a nuclear power engineer on various ships and deployed to various parts of the world, both in peace and war and for exploration. He deployed twice to the North Pole on the USS Skate when it surfaced through the ice. Kelln became the first person to have ever flown over the North Pole, stood on the ice at the North Pole, and sailed under the ice at the North Pole.

Besides writing his memoir, “Living the Miracles: A Sailor’s Life in the Nuclear Power Age,” during retirement, Al founded the Naval Submarine League. He and his wife, Cecily Watson Kelln, author of her own memoir, “Becoming the Admiral’s Wife; A Dual Memoir of a Called Pair,” are founders of the Tomball Pregnancy Center in Tomball, TX. They live in a small town in West Texas and enjoy being active in Christian ministry.

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Albert L. Sipes’s book “The Mildenhall Legacy” was featured at the 2022 ALA Annual Convention

“The Mildenhall Legacy” talks about a young woman who stays true to her values despite having everything life offers.

San Diego, CA – WEBWIRE

“This author has a delightful way with words. He manages to capture the interest of readers with varied backgrounds. I would recommend this novel to truckers, military service members, and housewives, to mention a few. I enjoyed the way the characters were smoothly interwoven throughout this novel. Well done, Al Sipes.” – Janet A., reviewed through Amazon

Self-publishing company ReadersMagnet displayed “The Mildenhall Legacy,” a contemporary book by American writer Albert L. Sipes at the 2022 ALA Annual Convention and Exhibition held last June 24-27, 2022, at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center, Washington D.C.

Set in three locations across the globe, Sipes brings something new and captivating in his first novel. The book talks about a twenty-two-year-old woman named Eve Chambers. As she navigates life and tries to seek sophistication, she eventually finds herself in a fascinating situation that pushes her will to thrive.

Being caught at any crossroads could lead someone to despair and fear life, but there are those whose spirits flourish despite odds. Such is the case of Sipes’ heroine Eve Chambers, who acquired massive wealth as the sole heir of an oil fortune. Immeasurable wealth might spark inner changes in someone, yet Eve managed to share her riches with others. As a woman of profound integrity, she blessed the people around her with the Midas touch.

Realizing that there is so much more to life than gold, she understood the importance of following one’s dreams. This realization brought her a new perspective on the people she met.

In “The Mildenhall Legacy,” Sipes gave his readers more than scenic descriptions of the modern US, Paris, and Africa. He provides a sensational tale that would remind people that there is beauty in living in the moment. This story illustrates what makes life weigh more than any gold.

The book is a delightful read for everyone. Love to read Albert L. Sipes’ work? Secure a copy at Amazon.



“The Mildenhall Legacy”

Author | Albert L. Sipes

Genre | Christian Fiction

Publisher | Xlibris U.S.

Published date | March 21, 2022

Book Retail Price| Paperback $17.99, Kindle $2.99



Albert L. Sipes wrote his autobiography, Boomer – 1945, published in 2020. His view of the world depicts a conservative upbringing with a sparkle for inquisition. He was an Army copy editor for his Division newspaper in Vietnam and worked as a Denver radio broadcaster reporting the news at a Classical music station. He also worked as a professional driver for several transportation companies. His area of operation was throughout the United States and Canada. Al and his wife Cathy live in Colorado. “The Mildenhall Legacy” is his first novel. 

Albert Batyrgaziev Won the European Olympic Qualification

From 4 to 8 June, Paris hosted a boxing qualification tournament for the Tokyo Olympic Games. Let us remind you that the same tournament began last year in March in London, but was interrupted due to the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic.

The Russian national team included seven men and five women. Among them is an athlete from Nizhnevartovsk, Albert Batyrgaziev , who has already received a personal ticket to the Olympic Games at last year’s tournament in London. (Also Read: Experts says “The pandemic has sharply raised the demand for unskilled labor“)

Yesterday, the four-time champion of Russia Albert Batyrgaziev, performing in the weight category up to 57 kg, defeated the four-time champion of France Samuel Kistoharri by unanimous decision.

Thus, ten Russian boxers won licenses at the European qualification: Albert Batyrgaziev (up to 57 kg), Gabil Mamedov (up to 63 kg), Andrey Zamkova (up to 69 kg), Gleb Bakshi (up to 75 kg), Imam Khatayev (up to 81 kg ), Muslim Gadzhimagomedov (up to 91 kg), Ivan Veryasov (over 91 kg), Svetlana Soluyanova (up to 51 kg), Saadat Dalgatova (up to 69 kg) and Zenfira Magomedalieva (up to 75 kg). At the Olympic Games in Tokyo, boxing competitions will be held in eight weight categories for men and five for women.

Congratulations to Albert on the victory and good luck in the ring!

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