Manny P. here…
The Larchmont Village area is a quaint neighborhood, just east of Hollywood, with outdoor patio restaurants, and eclectic places of business. This location also is home to one of the oldest independent bookstores in Los Angeles: CHEVALIER’S BOOKS!
I’m quite pleased I’ll be spending Sunday afternoon at this treasured site, with it’s unique storefront and veteran staff. Of course, I’ll be autographing Forgotten Hollywood Forgotten History from 1p-3p.
They are located at 126 N. Larchmont. Filis Winthrop and Sue Otto own the shop, which is managed by Norman Dixon (a local actor when not in the store). Stop by CHEVALIER’S BOOKS this weekend. Make sure you say hi, and pick up a copy of my paperback. You’ll be greeted by a friendly staff waiting to meet you. Here is the link with all the information:
Forgotten Hollywood Forgotten History will also get you in the mood for the upcoming Turner Classic Movie Film Festival the following weekend.
I’d also like to welcome the newest library to carry my book. It’s the Hussey-Mayfield Memorial Branch of the Zionsville Public Library; part of the Evergreen, Indiana consortium. According to their website:
Evergreen is a growing network of public, school, and institutional libraries located throughout Indiana. As of April 2010, 62 member libraries serve over 643,485 Indiana residents.
Until next time> “never forget”