2012
December 6 6 p.m. Nashville Notable TBA
December 6 5 p.m. Free Book Appraisals at BookManBookWoman
November 1 6 p.m. Nashville Notable TBA
November 1 5 p.m. Free Book Appraisals at BookManBookWoman
October 5 6 p.m. Nashville Notable TBA
October 4 5 p.m. Free Book Appraisals at BookManBookWoman
September 6 6 p.m. Nashville Notable TBA
September 6 5 p.m. Free Book Appraisals at BookManBookWoman
August 2 6 p.m. Nashville Notable TBA
July 5 6 p.m. Nashville Notable TBA
July 5 5 p.m. Free Book Appraisals at BookManBookWoman
June 7 6 p.m. Nashville Notable TBA
June 7 5 p.m. Free Book Appraisals at BookManBookWoman
May 9 7 p.m. Gary Slaughter signs and discusses his new book Cottonwoods Summer'45
May 3 6 p.m. Roger Bishop shares some of his most memorable interviews with famous authors.
May 3 5 p.m. Free Book Appraisals at BookManBookWoman
April 26 5 p.m. Free Book Appraisals at BookManBookWoman
April 24 6 p.m. River Jordan signs new trade paperbacks of her bestseller Praying for Strangers.
April 19 5 p.m. Free Book Appraisals at BookManBookWoman
April 18 5:30 p.m. Chamique Holdsclaw Wednesday April 18 signs and discuss Breaking Through at the Center for Non-Profit Management.
April 12 5 p.m. Free Book Appraisals at BookManBookWoman
April 11 1 p.m. Kathy Cloninger, CEO Girl Scouts of America, signs and discusses her new book Tough Cookies: Leadership Lessons from 100 Years of the Girl Scouts at the CABLE member luncheon
April 5 6 p.m. Nashville Notables: authors Christine and Michael Kreyling
April 5 5 p.m. Free Book Appraisals at BookManBookWoman
March 1 6 p.m Nashville Notables: Carole Bucy
March 1 5 p.m. Free Book Appraisals at BookManBookWoman
Feb 14 5 p.m. Mark Ethridge signs and discusses Grievances and the new movie DEADLINE, which premiers February 15 in Nashville.
Feb 2 6 p.m. Nashville Notables: Dwight Lewis discusses Bus Ride to Justice
Feb 2 5 p.m. Free Book Appraisals at BookManBookWoman
2011
Dec 1
Marshall Chapman, Lee Smith and Jill McCorkle
Oct 21 5-7 p.m. May Pang Instamatic Karma: Photographs of John Lennon

Nancy Lee Andrews A Dose of Rock 'n' Roll

Richard Courtney and George Cassidy Come Together, The Business Wisdom of the Beatles

Oct 3 5-7 p.m. Michael Sandler and Jessica Lee Barefoot Running: How to Run Light and Free by Getting in Touch with the Earth
Sept 24 1 p.m. Carson Morton Stealing Mona Lisa
Sept 6
Larry and Saralee Woods The BookMan and BookWoman discuss whose books are better on the television show Talk of the Town
Sept 1 5-6 p.m. Larry Woods The BookMan offers free appraisals
Sept 1 6 p.m. Joe Johnston The Mack Marsden Murder Mystery: Vigilantism or Justice?
Aug 28 6 p.m. Adam Ross Ladies and Gentlemen and Mr. Peanut
Aug 17 6 p.m. Wayne Pacelle The Bond: Our Kinship with Animals, Our Call to Defend Them
Aug 13 1 p.m. Tom Lawrence Delta Days: Tales of the Mississippi Delta
June 2 5 p.m. Sam Davidson Simplify Your Life: How to De-Clutter & De-Stress Your Way to Happiness
May 6 6 p.m. Ben Westhoff Dirty South
May 5 5 p.m. Linda York Leaming Married To Bhutan - How One Woman Got Lost, Said 'I Do,' and Found Bliss in the Mountains of a Small Himalayan Country
Apr 9 1 p.m. Richard Courtney Come Together: The Business Wisdom of The Beatles
Apr 7 5 p.m. Joseph Gregory The Hope Diamond
Apr 6 6 p.m. River Jordan Praying For Strangers: An Adventure of the Human Spirit
Mar 26 1 p.m. Holly Tucker Blood Work A Tale of Medicine and Murder in the Scientific Revolution
Mar 24 5 p.m. Sue Dollaris Hello Norma Jean: A Flight of Fantasy with Marlilyn Monroe
Mar 22 5 p.m. David Meador Broken Eyes, Unbroken Spirit – The Story of a National Blind Golf Champion
Mar 19 1 p.m. Michael Sims The Penguin Book of Victorian Women in Crime: Forgotten Cops and Private Eyes from the Time of Sherlock Holmes
Feb 26 1 p.m Ken Pence Manual Interpretation and At First Thought
Feb 19 1 p.m. Carrie M. Gentry A Life Worth Living, A Biography of Howard C. Gentry, Sr.
Feb 3 5 p.m. Mary Hance Love for a Lifetime: Daily Wisdom and Wit for a Long and Happy Marriage
Jan 22 4 p.m. Bill Carey Discusses his books and position that “old out-of-print Nashville history books are jewels. "If you think all the good stuff is in columns, articles and on the Internet, you are wrong."
Jan 15 2 p.m. Douglas Jones and Phyllis Gobbell A Season of Darkness
Jan 8 1 p.m. Roger Bishop Why bricks-and-mortar bookstores are still vitally needed in Middle Tennessee.


Bring in any book and receive a free appraisal from us every First Thursday, from 5-6 p.m. BookMan/BookWoman Used Books is at 1713 21st Avenue South in Nashville. Our telephone number is 615.383.6555. Larry Woods one of Nashville’s most renowned experts who has appraised books for Vanderbilt University, several libraries and individual collections will be available to appraise your books.


Ken Pence Manual Interpretation and At First Thought
Carrie Gentry A Life Worth Living, A Biography of Howard C. Gentry, Sr.
Bill Carey Fortunes, Fiddles and Fried Chicken: A Business History of Nashville and Chancellors, Commodores, & Coeds: A History of Vanderbilt University
Douglas Jones & Phyllis Gobbell A Season of Darkness
Roger Bishop The Need for Bricks-and-Morter Bookstores
Brenda Vantrease The Heretic's Wife
Farsheed Fewdowsi Mushroom in the Sand
Richard Courtney Buyers Are Liars & Sellers Are Too!
Ray Waddle Against the Grain
Michael Sims Adam's Navel: A Natural and Cultural History of the Human Form
Sallie Bissell Call the Devil by His Oldest Name
Cecilia Tishy Fall to Pieces
Steven Womack Dirty Money
Becca Stevens Funeral for a Stranger
Mary Hance Ms. Cheap's Guide to Getting More For Less
Celia Morris Finding Celia's Place
Harriet Woods Stepping Up to Power
Saralee Terry Woods Executive Temping
James Stoddard The High House
Stephen Hines & Steven Womack The True Crime Files of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
Susan Ford Wiltshire Windmills and Bridges: Poems Near and Far
Devon O'Day My Angels Wear Fur: Animals I Rescued and Their Stories of Unconditional Love
Dr. Caroline McGee Matt, The Moody Hermit Crab
Jim Squires Horse of a Different Color: A Tale of Breeding Geniuses, Dominant Females, and the Fastest Derby Winner Since Secretariat
Bill Rawlins Tennessee's Blanton Years: A Political Biography
John Egerton Nashville: An American Self Portrait
Lynn Hinton Garden of Faith





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