Here Come The Nothing Heads at Landmark Booksellers in Franklin, TN
Signed copies of the best selling zen fairy tale Here Come The Nothing Heads are now available at Landmark Booksellers in Franklin, TN
It just doesn't get more Tennessee than this.
Landmark Booksellers is housed in the oldest commercial building in Franklin, TN about twenty miles south of Nashville. Built circa 1808, The Old Factory Store has been home to groceries, cotton mills, juke joints, restaurants, banks, and a civil war hospital in the days after the Battle of Franklin in 1964.
In 2005, Joel and Carol Tomlin opened Landmark Booksellers to share their passion for regional and local history, culture, art and literature.
I think it's fitting that this place just dripping with Tennessee charm is now where you have to go to get signed first edition copies of my new book Here Come The Nothing Heads.
Told in a Dr. Seussical, sing-song style, Here Come The Nothing Heads tells the tale of three adventurers traversing a mythical Tennessee landscape. From the highest heights of Pumpkin Ridge deep into the forest and down by the river at the bottom of Happy Hollow, Grouchy McGroucherson, Sneezy McSneezerson, and Fluffy McFlufferson travel in search of treasure and find something else entirely.
Landmark Booksellers is committed to bringing a spotlight to local Tennessee authors. And they, in turn, aren't bashful about shining their light on this magical slice of Tennessee.
Franklin resident Karen Kingsbury, used Landmark Booksellers as the inspiration for her 2012 New York Times Best Seller, The Bridge and its two-part Hallmark movie adaptation
“It has so much heritage and history, and you can feel it in the floorboards and the atmosphere inside,” says Kingsbury. “I went in and I just loved the charm, history and smell of all of the old books.”
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