“Forgotten Hollywood”- Afternoon at the Hollywood Heritage…

Posted on December 9, 2011 by raideoman1 | No Comments

Manny P. here…

   I’ve just been invited to the Hollywood Heritage Museum this Sunday, December 11th to be part of their Afternoon with the Authors program. The event takes place from noon until 4p, and this is a fun way to spend the day. A dozen scribes will be on hand to participate in this insightful forum.

   According to their press release:

This is a great opportunity to get a Hollywood-themed book signed as a gift for a friend or family member by the author.

Hollywood Heritage, Inc. is a non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation of the historic built environment in Hollywood and to education about the early film industry and the role its’ pioneers played in shaping Hollywood’s history.

Hollywood Heritage, Inc. operates the Hollywood Heritage Museum in the Lasky-DeMille Barn, the building in which Hollywood’s first feature length motion picture, The Squaw Man, was made in 1914. The Museum is located at 2100 North Highland avenue, across from the Hollywood Bowl. The museum is completely operated by all volunteers. Programs include “Evenings at the Barn,” Silent Society silent film screenings, membership events, preservation action, walking tours of Hollywood Boulevard and other areas as well as participation in regional preservation education.

   An autographed copy of Forgotten Hollywood Forgotten History is a unique holiday gift.

   I look forward to meeting you at Afternoon with the Authors this Sunday at the Hollywood Heritage Museum (across from the Hollywood Bowl).

   For more information visit the press link below:

http://www.eyespyla.com/www/thebuzz.nsf/a6206a6c64a75a918825728f0052cf07/c721b3cd4e8623b18525795800725f72!OpenDocument

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   Another book shop is carrying Forgotten Hollywood Forgotten History. The real beauty… JJ Books is the national home where my paperback was self-published. Even though I live in Southern California, I’m considered a local author, which is quite a compliment.

   Welcome to the fold! According to their website:

Take one couple with a passion for reading, an entrepreneurial spirit, and a supporting cast of friends and family; you have a brand-new addition to Country Village in Bothell – JJ BOOKS

   This is a brand new independent bookstore that opened in July. Just in time to sell their first book, with their first customer… a Western by Louis L’Amour.

   JJ Books is located at 23716 8th Ave. SE, Ste. B, Bothell, WA. Here’s a link to the website:

http://jjbooksbothell.com/local_authors

Until next time>                               “never forget”

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