As readers, we love to lose ourselves between the pages of a good book, and what’s more delicious than a book about books? If you love a good story about writers, here are five women’s fiction titles to pull off the shelf:

The Words Between Us
by Erin Bartels

Robin Windsor has spent most of her life under an assumed name, running from her family’s ignominious past. She thought she’d finally found sanctuary in her rather unremarkable used bookstore until the past shows up in the form of an eerily familiar book sent by mail on the morning of her father’s scheduled execution. Robin is thrown back to the long-lost summer she met Peter Flynt, the perfect boy who ruined everything. That book — a first edition Catcher in the Rye — is soon followed by the other books she shared with Peter nearly twenty years ago, with one arriving in the mail each day. But why would Peter be making contact after all these years? And why does she have a sinking feeling that she’s about to be exposed all over again?

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The House of Bradbury
by Nicole Meier

When Mia Gladwell’s life — both the professional and personal — stalls, she jumps at the opportunity to buy the estate of iconic author Ray Bradbury, hoping that moving into the late author’s home will inspire her to create her best novel yet. To fulfill a debt to her ex-fiancé (a successful Hollywood producer), she agrees to take in a pill-popping young actress as a tenant, only to find herself caught in a balancing act between her needy ex, her disapproving sister and an unpredictable starlet. When mysterious sketches begin showing up, Mia is catapulted on a complicated journey of self-discovery.

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Blogger Girl
by Meredith Schorr

By day, Kimberly Long is a legal secretary for a Manhattan law firm. By night, she’s an influential book blogger, committed to keeping the chick lit genre alive. But when she receives a highly touted book for review, written by the one person she hated most in high school, Kim comes face-to-face with the unsettling realization that everyone around her is moving on and moving up. Now she has to decide whether to be professional or vindictive with the review, whether the handsome lawyer she works with is boyfriend material and whether blogging about chick lit instead of writing it is enough. 

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Her Perfect Life
by Rebecca Taylor

When famous author Clare Collins is found dead of a self-inflicted gunshot wound the day after her latest, and greatest, book releases, the world is stunned. While reading through her sister’s new release, Eileen, discovers a clue that reveals the painful truth of the seemingly perfect charmed life everyone thought Clare lived. While unravelling her sister’s secrets, Eileen is forced to face her own flawed life.

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The Natural Order of Things
by Judy Mollen Walters

When 22-year-old Elizabeth Brenner lands in New Jersey with her 15-month-old daughter, Lotty, she doesn’t know a soul. And she prefers it that way as she struggles with her own demons. When Elizabeth takes a job as Bookmobile driver for her local library, she’s pushed her out of her comfort zone. She begins making friends with a surprising cast of characters and discovers that taking a chance isn’t always a negative.