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With thousands of titles for books, movies, and music, Reading Rock is happy to be your local one-stop media source.

Please note: The prices and stock availability of our online store do not necessarily reflect those of our physical store. For in-store stock inquiries, please give us a call at 615.326.0401.

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Kobo eBooks

Reading Rock Books is proud to be your full-service bookstore, whether you prefer reading print or electronic books. To that end, we are pleased to offer Kobo eReaders and eBooks. When you buy a Kobo device from us, your account with Kobo is linked to our store, giving you a whole new way to shop locally!

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What's Our Book Club Reading?

Find the selections for the Reading Rock Book club and see what we can do for YOUR club.

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2015 National Book Award Winners!

Fiction: Fortune Smiles by Adam Johnson With the 2012 publication of The Orphan Master’s Son, Adam Johnson became recognized as a leading American writer: a New York Times bestseller, Orphan Master was named one of the best books of the year by more than a dozen major publications, chosen as a finalist for the National

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Southern Festival of Books

For the first time, we have a booth at the Southern Festival of Books! If you’ve found our site because you stopped by our booth, welcome! If you’re one of our loyal regulars thinking of going to the festival (it runs Oct. 9-11 on the Legislative Plaza in downtown Nashville), be sure to stop by

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Read and Run 5K

We’re proud to be one of the major sponsors of the first annual Read and Run 5K, which will take place at the Mark Whitaker Memorial Field in Burns, TN. Proceeds from this event will benefit the Imagination Library of Dickson County. Even if you’re not a runner, you can still enjoy the Literacy and

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Go Set a Watchman by Harper Lee

Published amid controversy and shaded by early, embargo-breaking reviews, Harper Lee’s Go Set a Watchman starts out on shaky ground, despite extraordinary pre-order numbers. Lee wrote it before To Kill a Mockingbird, but it takes place twenty years later and with many of the same characters. Jean Louise Finch has come back to her hometown of Maycomb, AL,

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The Last Bookaneer by Matthew Pearl

Several of Matthew Pearl’s previous novels, such as The Dante Club and The Poe Shadow, have dealt with literary history. In his new book, The Last Bookaneer, Pearl explores the last days before copyright law, when intellectual property was readily pirated, especially in the case of British authors’ works being published in America without the

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