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Book Club

Book Club

Florida House is proud to host a quarterly, free Zoom Book Club, featuring outstanding books about Florida and by Florida’s many talented authors. Anyone can join! Each book club meeting is led by engaging discussion leaders.

The August Book Club selections are “Camino Island” and “Camino Winds” by part-time Florida resident John Grisham. These are the first two books in a trilogy about a heist, a bookstore owner, a novelist, and a hurricane that hits an island off the coast of Florida and someone ends up dead. The discussion will be led by Donna Kaufman, owner of Story and Song Bookstore and Bistro at Fernandina Beach at 6:00 pm on Tuesday, August 16.

Tickets are free and can be reserved by clicking here.


Florida House is proud to partner with independent bookstores across the state to promote Florida authors and their craft. Please consider purchasing your books from one of the following outstanding bookstores:

Books and Books, Coral Gables

Books and Books at the Studio of Key West

The BookMark, Neptune Beach

Classic Book Shops of Palm Beach

Midtown Reader, Tallahassee

Oxford Exchange, Tampa

San Marco Books, Jacksonville

Story & Song Bookstore & Bistro, Fernandina Beach

Sundog Books, Seaside

Tombolo Books, St. Petersburg,

and more to come!

Next program:  August 16 at 6:00 pm featuring a discussion about John Grisham’s Camino Island and Camino Winds from Story & Song at Fernandina Beach.

Previous programs include:

“Cat Tale” with discussion led by the author, Craig Pittman

“Their Eyes Were Watching God” with discussion led by Dr. Heather Russell

Cooking for the Holidays with Chef Justin Timineri

“Bubble in the Sun” with discussion led by the author, Christopher Knowlton

Florida House is currently open and ready to welcome visitors. Please note that we are subject to the guidelines set by the District of Columbia, although as of March 1, all guidelines have been lifted.

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