“Forgotten Hollywood”- Copies Added at Libraries…

Posted on November 3, 2010 by raideoman1 | No Comments

Manny P. here…

   A few of months ago I blogged about how 9 copies of Forgotten Hollywood Forgotten History made its way to the various branches of the LOS ANGELES PUBLIC LIBRARY. This figure compliments the 2 additions in the ORANGE COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY chain. What I didn’t know – this trend was taking place across the country.

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   I’m proud to announce:  2 branches have decided to add more copies of my paperback to their individual or chain of libraries for the pleasure of their readers. This means the revised total of my book on library shelves is now 44 (up from 39). Marvelous news indeed! Here is where they have been added:

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OXNARD PUBLIC LIBRARY (Oxnard, California):  2


   Until next time>                            “never forget”

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