We love our state’s independent bookstores, and we want to make it easy for you to support them. Not sure if your local bookstore is opening up for browsing, providing curbside pickup, or offering delivery? Check out these Florida bookstore websites to see how you can get your much needed books during this time.

AALBC (The African American Literature Book Club), Tampa

African Bookstore, Plantation

Anastasia Books, Saint Augustine

Barrel of Books and Games, Milton

Best Richardson African Diaspora Literature and Culture Museum, Tampa

Bodacious Bookstore & Café, Pensacola

Book + Bottle, St. Petersburg

Book Loft, Fernandina Beach

Books & Books @ the Studios, Key West

Books & Books, Coral Gables

The BookMark, Neptune Beach

Bookstore 1 Sarasota, Sarasota

Classic Bookshop, Palm Beach

Copperfish Books, Punta Gorda

Cultured Books, St. Petersburg

Dare Books, Longwood, FL

Downtown Books & Purl, Apalachicola

Elysian Fields, Sarasota

Essence of Knowledge – Urban Book Store, Cocoa’

Family Book Shop, DeLand

The Gathering Awareness and Book Center, Pensacola

Haslam’s Book Store, St. Petersburg

Hello Again Books, Cocoa

The Hidden Lantern Bookstore, Rosemary Beach

Kizzy’s Books and More, Winter Garden

MacIntosh Books & Paper, Sanibel

Midtown Reader, Tallahassee

Mojo Books & Records, Tampa

Murder on the Beach Mystery Bookstore, Delray Beach

Muse Book Shop, Deland

No Name Books & Gifts, Port Saint Joe

A Novel Idea Bookstore, Ocala

Oxford Exchange, Tampa

The Palm Beach Book Store, Palm Beach

Park Ave CDs, Orlando

Pyramid Books, Boynton Beach

Redwood Books, Coconut Creek

The Reserve, Sarasota

San Marco Bookstore, Jacksonville

Spiral Circle Bookstore & More, Orlando

Story & Song Neighborhood Bookstore Bistro, Fernandina Beach

Sundog Books, Santa Rosa Beach

Sunshine Book Co., Clermont

Sweetwood Books, Fleming Island

Third House Books, Gainesville

Tombolo Books, St. Petersburg

Vero Beach Book Center, Vero Beach

Writers Block Bookstore, Winter Park

Want to support indie bookstores, but can’t find one in your area? Try shopping online at Bookshop.org, where your purchases will support independent booksellers across the state and the country.

2 thoughts on “Support Florida Independent Bookstores

  1. You’ve left out Murder on the Beach, a terrific independent bookstore in Delray Beach, Fl.
    Also, unfortunately, the Book Cellar in Lake Worth has gone out of business.

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