Some of the best fall memories is curling up in front of a warm fireplace with a great book. Grab a blanket and a cup of cocoa, because we've got six books you've got to read this season.
Mindie Barnett finds growth and courage in her new memoir Intermission: How Fervor, Friendships and Faith Took Me to The Second Act. After finding the courage to leave her perfect-on-paper marriage, Barnett finds herself in an intermission. Follow her through her journey of starting over and writing her second act as a single parent and small-business owner. $25, barnesandnoble.com
New Philadelphian Nova Ren Suma’s fifth novel, A Room Away From the Wolves, hit shelves on September 4th. Suma’s surrealist style tells runaway teen Bina’s story as she searches for her mother's past in a Gothic New York City. $18.95, workman.com
Award winning Chef Guillermo Pernot partners with acclaimed author Loundres Castro in Cuba Cooks: Recipes and Secrets from Cuban Paladares and Their Chefs. Pernot and Castro showcase the vibrant Cuban cuisine, which mixes tradition and modern influences. $25.44, amazon.com
Instagram poetry sensation Atticus’ collection, The Dark Between Stars, whimsically and romantically contemplates loneliness, living with purpose, and being in a relationship. Learn with him as he discusses Paris, jazz clubs, and appreciating life and love. $12.02, barnesandnoble.com
Hank Green’s highly-anticipated debut novel, An Absolutely Remarkable Thing, grapples with the impact social media and fame have on twenty-three-year-old April May after she spontaneously becomes a Youtube sensation. Green’s bold take on relevant themes creates a compelling and entertaining story you will not be able to put down. $15.60, amazon.com
Escape into the beautiful and historic streets of Rome through Rick Steve’s new travel guide, Rome 2019. The guide will help you plan your own trip with travel tips, tricks, and hidden gems that indulge all of your travel fantasies. $21.99, ricksteves.com