“Forgotten Hollywood”- Book Sales Reach 2100!

Posted on September 21, 2011 by raideoman1 | No Comments

Manny P. here…

KILLER-2100-Site-Header-3-21   Due to eBook sales on AMAZON Kindle, and a heartfelt purchase by Martin Beijer from the L.A. Mambo Combo Latin Jazz Ensemble, I’ve reached the magic number of 2100 sold copies of Forgotten Hollywood Forgotten History.


   Actually, 43 eBooks sold almost meets eProfit solvency. Earlier this year, I turned my work into a product available for any eReader. By Christmas, expected sales in this medium should be tremendous.

martin b   L.A. Mambo Combo is a bi-lingual music experience that has opened for R&B artists as Jeffrey Osborne. Martin is an extraordinary Conga player. He also visits my Karaoke Shows at Mr. B’s in Los Alamitos. I offer a personal thank you to my new friend…

   The next thirty days promises to be quite enterprising with scheduled visits to a La Habra Rotary Club meeting, the 2011 Northwest BookFest in Kirkland, WA, and a Niguel Shores Women’s Club luncheon.


State_Library_of_Victoria_Lithograph_1860   I’ve added a 56th library now housing my paperback. The State Library of Victoria is in Melbourne, Australia. They hold over two million books, including  diaries of the city’s founders, and folios of Captain James Cook. The first reading room was the Queen’s Hall, which opened in 1859.

state library of victoria logo   The Arts Library maintains an extensive, world-class collection of books, periodicals, and other materials pertaining to art, music and the performing arts. The library’s electronic databases are available from home to any Victorian registered as a State Library User.

   To quote a noted Australian I know… Pass the sugar!

Until next time>                               “never forget”

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