“Forgotten Hollywood”- Another Milestone For the Franchise!

Posted on January 20, 2013 by raideoman1 | No Comments

Manny P. here… 2700

   Thanks to the Orange County Branch membership of the California Writer’s Club, and a few timely eBook purchases, Forgotten Hollywood Forgotten History (my first work in the series), can NOW be found in the hands of 2700 readers. In its Second Printing, the paperback still finds an interested market of folks who love Hollywood and American history.

cwclogo100   My wife Laurie and I had a great time yesterday with the members of the writer’s club at  their monthly meeting held at the Orange Public Library & History Center. I was the guest speaker, and we had a lively discussion on the topic of Self-Publishing your literary material. Board member Allene Symons recently made a contribution to our INDIEGOGO campaign to raise money for development of the Forgotten Hollywood Documentary (Pilot).

By the way, if you would like further information and/or care to make a generous contribution (of any amount), please click on the following link:



   The eBooks were sold on Nook through Barnes & Noble; and on Apple iPad with iBooks.

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   I want to personally thank the LATINO AUTHOR website. They have a new section called The Voice. It’s a page devoted to the current words from stories written by the top natiowide Latino scribes. They have included a link to a blog story I recently wrote (below) entitled: Evolution of the Modern Screenwriter.

   Among the featured authors: Kathleen de Azevedo, Paulina Rael Jaramillo, Laura Lacámara, Maria de Lourdes Victoria, and Corina Martinez Chaudhry, among others.

   For the complete collection of stories on The Voice, here’s a link to this fabulous online site:


Until next time>                                “never forget”

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