“Forgotten Hollywood”- Review Put on Literary Newsletter…

Posted on March 26, 2012 by raideoman1 | No Comments

Manny P. here…

   The Southern California Writers Association newsletter for March contains a Five-Star Review by Charlie Redner of Son of Forgotten Hollywood Forgotten History that originally appeared on Amazon. He is the fine host of the Laguna Woods Channel 6 cable show – Write Now.

   He’s read both works in the Forgotten Hollywood Book Series. I’m thrilled my fellow author and cable host comprehends the concept I surmise in both of my paperbacks:

The unique relationship and important storylines about American history and Hollywood made by studio era filmmakers from the Golden Age of cinema.


  The Southern California Writers Association is dedicated to helping writers from all genres hone their skills and advance their careers. The SCWA not-for-profit organization of diverse writers, our members are involved in a wide variety of areas including articles, essays, short stories, web content, children’s writing, novels of all genres, plays, screenwriting, and poetry.

   The review appears on p. 9 of this important West Coast literary newsletter. Below are links to the latest online monthly publication, and the Amazon page promoting Son of Forgotten Hollywood Forgotten History:


   By the way, Gary Lycan, the radio columnist for the Orange County Register, has also written a beautiful review of my latest book that now appears on Amazon. It’s another Five Star-assessment!

   Click on the link below for a peak at what Gary has written:


Until next time>                               “never forget”

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