The fall season brings along so many of our favorite things: cozy sweaters, pumpkin spice lattes and, of course, blockbuster new books and celebrity autobiographies! The most highly anticipated new releases always come out this time of year. Find out the titles we think are worth adding to your reading list.

From writing tips to reading recommendations, here are the stories not to miss this week:

7 Fall Books We Can’t Wait to Read
From Jennifer Weiner to Zadie Smith to the celebrity autobiographies we’ve been wondering about, here are the books we’ll be reading this season.

Turning Pinterest from a Time-Suck into a Serious Writing Tool
How author Susan Crispell turned her Pinterest obsession into an integral part of her writing process. If Tom Hiddleston is providing motivation who are we to argue?

Blowing Up Your POV
Writing a book in both first person and third person? Yes it’s happening more and more says author Jeanne Harrell, who takes a closer look at how writing point of view (POV) has changed.

Six Key Publishing Lessons
When author Joanna Campbell Slan teamed up with fellow authors to create the Happy Homicides mystery series, they got the ultimate lesson in publishing and promoting a book.

A Chapter A Day Makes the Book Go Away
Are you an outline type of person or someone who likes to fly by the seat of your pants (aka a pantser)? Author Judy Penz Sheluk on finding a writing style that works.

When we Meet Again by Kristin Harmel

This week

We’re spending time with Kristin Harmel’s When We Meet Again. Emily Emerson is used to being alone; her dad ran out on her family, her mom died when she was seventeen, she is haunted by the baby she had to give up at 18, and her beloved grandmother just passed away. When a mysterious painting of her grandmother shows up on her doorstep the same day she’s been laid off, Emily decides to track down her past and find out who she really is. Moving between the present and a lesser known period starring German POWs in America after World War II, this sweeping and powerful novel proves why Harmel will always be one of our favorites.