“Forgotten Hollywood”- Southern California Buzz Continues…

Posted on October 13, 2011 by raideoman1 | No Comments

Manny P. here…

   Bookstores in Southern California have indicated they will carry Forgotten Hollywood Forgotten History. This wonderful news compliments today’s visit to the Niguel Shores Women’s Club event. 


33654 Niguel Shores Drive, Monarch Beach

October 13th  12p – 2p

   The additions include…

nav_top_bookzone* Along with being housed at the UCLA Arts Library, my alma mater has actually carried my paperback for some time at the UCLA Store Bookzone. They are about to re-order more copies. Here’s a link to their site:



Pages logo* PAGES: A BOOKSTORE is located at 904 Manhattan Ave. in the heart of Manhattan Beach. The Southern California area is known as South Bay. The owners have indicated their interest in selling my work. Here’s a link to their website:


   I urge you to support these fine stores.


108   I’d like to personally thank writer Thelma T. Reyna for mentioning me in her blog as part of a renaissance of current Latin American authors who are making a dent in literature throughout the United States. The list of scribes Reyna has compiled is quite impressive. American Latina(o) Writers Today share her story.

   Here’s the Blogspot website:


Until next time>                               “never forget”

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