“Forgotten Hollywood”- B&N stop includes Nook Book Sales…

Posted on April 25, 2011 by raideoman1 | No Comments

Manny P. here…

   During my BARNES & NOBLE book signing, patrons will have the opportunity to purchase Forgotten Hollywood Forgotten History as an eReader. This event takes place at the B&N Rancho Cucamonga location at 11090 Foothill Blvd. on May 7th from 1p-3p.

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B&N nevada   If you own a NOOK, you’ll have a unique opportunity to meet Gary Lycan and me, and buy my book for your virtual library. If you care to own and hold a copy of the paperback in your hand, Gary and I will be happy to sign it. Either way, come by and visit, and we can chat about Hollywood’s Golden Age. I’m extraordinarily thrilled to be part of the BARNES & NOBLE family. Here’s their link for more info:

http://store-locator.barnesandnoble.com/event/3094604

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HCL_HomepageLogo48   The 53rd and 54th copy of Forgotten Hollywood Forgotten History have been added by two branches of Hennepin County Library in Minnesota. Residents of Minneapolis and nearbye Minnetonka will now be able to read my paperback. In fact, I’ve learned that seven requests have been made by local patrons to add my book!

Father_Hennepin   Hennepin County is named in honor of the 17th-century explorer Father Louis Hennepin. Two great waterfalls were  discovered by Hennepin:  Niagara Falls, with the largest voluminous flow in North America; and Saint Anthony Falls in Minneapolis, the only waterfall on the Mississippi River. Historians credit the Franciscan friar as the first European to step at the site of present-day Hannibal, MO.

   I urge you to explore the Central and Minnetonka branches of Hennepin County Library.

Until next time>                               “never forget”

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