“Forgotten Hollywood”- Doris Day is still on a Roll in 2012!

Posted on March 5, 2012 by raideoman1 | No Comments

Manny P. here…

   The resurgence of Doris Day’s career continues into the Spring of 2012. Once again, the springboard is taking place in the United Kingdom.

    She’s releasing Doris Day – The Ultimate Collection. The greatest hits CD will include Pillow Talk, Teacher’s Pet, and When You Fall in Love. A new generation of listeners is guaranteed for Ms. Day.

   As always, a portion of the proceeds goes to the Doris Day Animal Foundation. This organization provides lifesaving care, in addition to the creature comforts, to hundreds of animals each year.


   Google Books is introducing Google Play. It’s a new digital content destination available on mobile devices and on the web. Google eBooks and Android Market will be part of Google Play, and users will now get their ebooks from Google Play.

   In addition, customers who go to the web eBook store will be redirected to the Google Play store. While this doesn’t change the way consumers read Google eBooks, it does provide a more compelling mobile purchase experience on a tablet, phone, eReader, or, on the web.

   Here’s a link to this forward-thinking site:



   Thanks to Concordia University of Portland Oregon for adding Forgotten Hollywood Forgotten History to their library. It’s the second higher-learning facility in the Portland area to order my book.

   Among the notables to have graduated from this private institution was the former senator from Chicago – Paul Simon. This is the 73rd prestigious shelf to carry my first work; and 79th overall branch to house some form of my book-series.

Until next time>                               “never forget”

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