“Forgotten Hollywood”- Visit Google’s New Online Bookstore!

Posted on December 7, 2010 by raideoman1 | No Comments

Manny P. here…

   Google, Inc. has set up an online virtual bookstore developed as a genial  alternative to Amazon. Unlike other web-friendly sources, Google is partnering with Independent book stores to help mom-and-pop shops keep up with the method of selling literary product. More than 100 book retailers in 36 states have teamed up with Google  including Powell’s Books in Portland, Oregon; and the online-only merchant, Alibris.com.

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   Of course, Forgotten Hollywood Forgotten History is one of the books now available. Here’s the site link promoting my work (On Demand):


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   Shore Books in Long Beach is another retailer now carrying my paperback (On Demand). They’re located 3064 E. Broadway. Here’s a direct link to their website:



   I’d like to thank Robert Haro, a California resident who has positively reviewed Forgotten Hollywood Forgotten History on Amazon. Giving it 4-Stars, he writes:


  Brief, but informative account of Hollywood history. Not for the serious scholar, but better for an informed layperson with an interest in some little known history of Hollywood.

   Robert’s remarks are right on the money, since I wanted to reach the average person who has a legitimate love for Americana and classic cinema. I appreciate the reviewer’s frank and unsolicited opinion.

Until next time>                               “never forget”

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