“Forgotton Hollywood”- On Demand Bonanza…

Posted on December 21, 2010 by raideoman1 | No Comments

Manny P. here…

Coppersfield   I’ve discovered 2 Northern California chains of 12 bookstores, where you can buy Forgotten Hollywood Forgotten History (On Demand).

* COPPERFIELD’S BOOKS – With locations in Santa Rosa, Petaluma, Napa, and Calistoga. Based on their photo, they look like a friendly bunch…

   Here’s a link to their website:


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Pegasus tapestry_logo

PEGASUS BOOKS – A top Independent retailer with locations in Berkeley and Oakland. As they say: Forty years in the business, and we are cautiously optomistic. And, your pet dog is welcome to visit too!

   This is the link to their most unusual website:



   In addition, I see we’ve added 4 more retailers with 6 bookshops in North Carolina. Again, Forgotten Hollywood Forgotten History can be purchased (On Demand).

* THE ISLAND BOOKSTORE – With 3 locations in Kitty Hawk, Corolla, and Duck, they are a full-service chain for the Northern Beaches.

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* MALAPROP’S BOOKSTORE & CAFE – Around since 1982, this Asheville shop is committed to combining the reader and the book on an amazing adventure.

   You can find my paperback by clicking on the link below.


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Buxton logo* BUXTON VILLAGE BOOKS – Located on Hatteras Island in the community of Buxton, this retailer resides in a true fishing community. Books make a great companion while traveling on the Outer Banks of the Atlantic Ocean.

   So does a laptop…Here’s a link to their site:


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Park Road storefront* PARK ROAD BOOKS – Charlotte’s oldest continuously operated independent bookstore. You can use their website to have books delivered directly to you, or you may pick up your purchase from their shop.

   Here’s the link:


   I’m glad North Carolina get’s it Wright (as in the famous brothers). Well, I’m allowed one really bad pun…

Until next time>                               “never forget”

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