“Forgotten Hollywood”- Books Sales Continue to Rise…

Posted on November 15, 2013 by raideoman1 | No Comments

Manny P. here…

Miami bookfair-175_tcm7-66576logo   As we prepare for our trip to Miami early next week to receive my Gold Medal Award from Reader’s Favorite for Son of Forgotten Hollywood Forgotten History, and to visit the Miami Book Fair International, I was greeted with more good news today. Book sales for the original Forgotten Hollywood Forgotten History has surpassed 2900. I received this fortuitous news from my statement provided by Danforth Distribution.

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577px-Ernest_Hemingway_with_sons_Patrick_and_Gregory_with_kittens_in_Finca_Vigia,_Cuba   And speaking of Miami, my wife Laurie and I are planning a one-day excursion down the Florida Keys, while visiting the East Coast. The Ernest Hemingway Home & Museum, his place of residence from 1931 to 1939, although he retained title to the home until he died, is in Key West. It was in this house that Hemingway with his kids—> did some of his best work, including The Snows of Kilimanjaro, parts of For Whom the Bell Tolls, plus his novel To Have And Have Not. The latter work became the iconic film that starred Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall. The house in 1988 was a filming location of the 16th James Bond movie Licence To Kill.

   Tennessee Williams first became a regular visitor to Key West in 1941, and wrote the first draft of A Streetcar Named Desire while staying at the La Concha Hotel. The Academy Award–winning film version of his play The Rose Tattoo was shot on the island in 1956.

   We begin our journey to Florida on Tuesday, November 19th.

Until next time>                               “never forget”

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