“Forgotten Hollywood”- BORDERS Book Tour Set to Begin!

Posted on January 28, 2010 by raideoman1 | No Comments

Manny P here…

   Now that 31 Borders stores in Southern California are currently carrying Forgotten Hollywood Forgotten History, I’m proud to announce book-signings at participating locations. Several stores have expressed interest on having events over the next two-three months.


   Borders in Yorba Linda / Anaheim Hills has confirmed a book-signing on Saturday, February 20 between 1-3pm. This location is located off the 91 freeway, Weir Canyon exit at 22401 Old Canal Rd. in the Savi Ranch Shopping Center  (you can actually see the Borders from the freeway). I would like to personally thank General Manager Jamie Valdez for her exuberance in setting this event up.

   Borders in La Habra has also committed to a March book-signing on a Saturday to be determined over the next couple of weeks. This store is convenietly located on the corner of Beach and Imperial Hwy. Again, thanks to General Manager Trent Vernon for his friendly willingness to set up a book-signing event.

    A reminder – For full details on my event signings, please refer to the Navigation Bar to the left in the appropriate Book Tour Schedule section for updates.

   Remember, I’ll be at the Los Altos Branch Library in Long Beach, Tuesday at 6pm to discuss “How to Self-Publish YOUR Book” to the California Writers Club. The event is actually free for any potential author in the area. A book-signing will follow after the lecture. cwclogo100

   Please go to the following link for more information…


Until next time>                               “never forget”

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