“Forgotten Hollywood”- Latest Press for Book Tour…

Posted on March 13, 2010 by raideoman1 | No Comments

Manny P. here…

I’m getting some great press from the Sky Newswire Service and American Towns.com:Manny with book1

Southern California broadcaster Manny Pacheco has a newly published book entitled Forgotten Hollywood Forgotten History, which highlights the fine supporting actors of Hollywood’s Golden Age. Pacheco’s collection of stories includes written treasures that will enhance anyone’s appreciation of classic cinema. History comes alive with a fresh new take about character actors and their films that track America’s growth.

The local writer will be doing a book-signing at Chevaliers Books in Los Angeles on April 18th, Saturday, from 1pm-3pm.

The National Best Books 2009 Awards, sponsored by USA Book News recently announced their winners from the largest entry field in its six-year history. Forgotten Hollywood Forgotten History won its category (History: Media/Entertainment).

Additionally, The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences accepted the submission of Forgotten Hollywood Forgotten History to their prestigious Margaret Herrick Library. The author’s paperback was deemed culturally significant, with respect to the history of Hollywood’s studio era by its inclusion in this fine library. The Writer’s Guild Foundation and the American Film Institute libraries have also recently added the award-winning paperback to their shelves.

Cypress reisident Manny Pacheco is a 28-year member of the Screen Actor’s Guild, and has worked in television and radio in Los Angeles and Orange County for three decades. He has appeared on NBC’s Santa Barbara, and the Daytime Emmy-nominated, In Studio on KCOP.”

   Here is the link below….

Award Winning Author embarks on a Book Signing Tour – Los Angeles, CA – AmericanTowns.com.

   Don’t forget the book is available at Southern California Borders stores, and at selected    Barnes & Noble (Hollywood Grove), Costco (Los Feliz and Burbank), and Amazon.com.

Until next time>                               “never forget”

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