Earlier this week, I spent three days at Bethany Beach in Delaware. I’ve been going to this beach most summers since I was eleven, and it was so lovely to be back walking the board walk, playing in the waves, and (perhaps most of all) reading in the sunshine. The sunburn I got from spending too much time reading in the sunshine was not as lovely, but it was worth it. One of my favorite things about Bethany is that it has a fantastic independent book store. Whether you are going to Ocean City, Rehoboth, or Bethany Beach here are some bookstores to check out:
- Bethany Beach Books, Bethany Beach
- Browseabout Books, Rehoboth Beach
- Proud Bookstore, Rehoboth Beach
- Mason’s Books, Ocean City
- The Children’s Book and Toy Garden, Ocean City
I read Maze Runner on the beach this week. What’s your favorite beach bookstore or beach read of this summer?
5 thoughts on “Virtual Literary Road Trip Stop 6: MidAtlantic Beaches”
Did you like The Maze Runner??
Yes! At first I was really hesitant, but it was SO compelling. I felt like I just had to know what was going on … I think the sequels are definitely in my future.
Dilemma: Love independent book stores – Love reading on the Kindle.
Answer: Do both or buy books from independent book stores as gifts for you book blogger daughter …. also there are other ways to support book stores. I just found out the Annapolis Bookstore on Maryland Ave has a great collection of greeting cards.
I just finished “A Hundred Summers” as one of my summer beach reads and absolutely loved it.