“Forgotten Hollywood”- Book Signings…

Posted on October 5, 2009 by raideoman1 | No Comments

Manny P. here…

   I’m proud to announce an added appearance for the debut of my book: an autograph party at Chester Washington Golf Course in Los Angeles. The event is scheduled on Monday, October 26th beginning at 6:30pm. I invite all my friends in LA for this first autograph party to kick off Forgotten Hollywood Forgotten History.

   There will be a short presentation, followed by a book signing for those that have their paperback in hand.  The entertainment for the evening will be Karaoke hosted by “C.J.” – Karaoke “KJ” of the Year 2009 in Los Angeles (south). Books will be available for purchase at the event.

   Remember, the Orange County debut of my book will take place the very next day on Tuesday, October 2th (7pm) at Mr. B’s Sports Lounge in Los Alamitos. The evening will replicate much of the previous event, down to the Karaoke entertainment, this time hosted by Candice Worl.

   Orange County Register radio columnist Gary Lycan (who wrote the eloquent Forward to my book) is scheduled to join me, along with other O.C. dignitaries. We will also have classic movie DVD’s and film poster framed prints available to anyone that wants to purchase Hollywood memorabilia along with their copy of Forgotten Hollywood Forgotten History.

   Chester Washington Golf Course is at 1930 W. 120th St. in Los Angeles, CA.  Mr. B’s Sports Lounge is at 11272 Los Alamitos Blvd. in Los Alamitos, CA.

   Books will be also on sale on Saturday and Sunday, October 24th & 25th at the Seattle Book Festival in the Columbia City Event Center, 3526 S. Edmunds, Seattle WA.

   Mark your calendars and do your holiday shopping early by visiting these wonderful events. Refer to the navigation bar on your left for additional reminders (in the Forgotten Hollywood {book} section).

Until next time>                               “never forget”

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