“Forgotten Hollywood”- Franchise Book Series News…

Posted on October 16, 2012 by raideoman1 | No Comments

Manny P. here…

   Let’s take a quick break from news and notes about Hollywood’s Golden Age to offer exciting news about the Forgotten Hollywood Book Series…

~ Forgotten Hollywood Forgotten History has reached 2600 hundred units sold. My initial work is steamrolling along from a sustained interest in the Studio Era. Personal thanks to literary patrons at the 2012 Duarte Festival of Authors. They all discovered the paperback I wrote in 2009. I’d also like to thank a personal friend, Chuck Rice, who is  helping me promote the entire franchise of books.

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~ Son of Forgotten Hollywood Forgotten History is available at a BARNES & NOBLE in Princeton, New Jersey; and at over 109 confirmed worldwide Independent on demand book shops. For the complete list, click on the link below:


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~ The eBook version of Forgotten Hollywood Forgotten History is NOW available at a website promoting KOBO. They are the UK’s leading retail group, with over 550 High Street stores, and 440 travel outlets, including airports, train stations, and motorways.

Here’s a link to the WHSmith site:


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~ Forgotten Hollywood Forgotten History has been added at a library in the Glendale Public Library System. The Grandview Branch is located at 1535 Fifth St., a neighborhood locale. Thomas Jefferson Elementary is directly across the street. A few blocks east on Glenwood Rd. are three public schools: Hoover High, Toll Middle School, and Mark Keppel.

~ Forgotten Hollywood Forgotten History and Son of Forgotten Hollywood Forgotten History have been included at two locations at the Orange County Public Library. My first work was added to San Juan Capistrano Branch; while my latest paperback has been sent to my hometown Cypress Branch.


   99 libraries carry the combined Forgotten Hollywood Book Series. Forgotten Hollywood Forgotten History is in its 84th branch. Son of Forgotten Hollywood Forgotten History is on 38 literary shelves across the globe.

Until next time>                                “never forget”

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