We are an independent bookstore; a place where you can enjoy a cup of tea/coffee, and discover your next favorite read!
A used bookstore and community space for Rochester, Minnesota.
Urban Reads Bookstore is your new community urban bookstore for black authors and prison authors.
We are a brick-and-mortar book and antiques store across from Baltimore’s Penn station. Signed, leather bindings, history, literature, art, Marylandia.
Our bookstore carries new books for all ages and a variety of book related items, cards, gifts, games, and puzzles.
One of the largest book & music storefronts around, located in Federal Hill near downtown Baltimore, also selling video & board games, movies & nostalgia. Just 2 minutes off I-95 & 295, parking is easy & we're 2 blocks from light rail and free bus routes.
Our mission is to put unwanted books into the hands of those who want them. Our monthly book giveaway event typically falls on the second full weekend of the month, and it alternates between Saturday and Sunday.
Welcome to The Tide - a shop in beautiful Boca Grande.
Alejandro’s Lie, Bob Van Laerhoven, Next Chapter
The Eyes of the Leopard, Brian D. Hayden, Granville Island Publishing
The Spiricom: An Early Mystery, Roslyn Reid, Foster Embry Publishing
Surviving Marcy: Tablet One ~ Sins of the Father, Phoenix Orion, self-published
The Uncanny Redemption of Philip E. Loeser, Robert T. Krantz, Independently Published
24 Reasons to Abandon Christianity, Charles Bufe, See Sharp Press
Healing Consciousness: A Future for Our Species, Janet Nunan Cunningham, Independently Published
Prayers and Po-Boys, Larry Singleton, Mascot Books
Tricking Power into Performing Acts of Love: How Tricksters through History Have Changed the World, Shepherd Seigel, Morgan James Publishing
Corner Instrumentalist and Other Poems, Steven Translateur, Cyberwit.net
Defiance & Desperation, Jaquair Gillette, I am Jaquair
Friendship’s Gallop, Ross Davis, Independently Published
Long Falling Light: Poems 1965 – 2020, Mark Louis Lehman, Little Possum Press
Love as of Late, Adrienne Wartts, Independently Published
Poems to Lift You Up and Make You Smile, Ed. Jayne Ferrer, Parson’s Porch