The final part of the trilogy of children's books written by former Woodbridge librarian Sophie Green is released this week.
Potkin and Stubbs: Ghostcatcher will be launched at Waterstones Ipswich on Thurday 5 March and Halesworth Bookshop on Saturday 7 March.
It's a fabulous conclusion. Funny, inventive, atmospheric. I loved it, and even felt a tiny bit emotional at not being able to enjoy more adventures with the duo of Lil Potkin and Nedly Stubbs. I'll just have to go back to book one and read them all over again! If you haven't tried them yet, do!
On the theme of things coming to an end, I'm told that Browsers Bookshop really will move premises this week. From Monday 9 March you will find the usual fabulous array of books, gifts, cards and wrap a few doors further down the Thoroughfare, at No 70.
So why not call in to No 60 this week and take a last look around - and perhaps a purchase (or two)?
It's the end of the era, but we'll make lots more book-buying memories in the new premises, I'm sure!
For other news, on Tuesday I will be joining Lesley Dolphin for the Afternoon Programme on BBC Radio Suffolk as we discuss this month's title The Great Level by Stella Tillyard. You'll see that I've also chosen it as the Browsers Book Group read this month.
Do email me or Lesley with your thoughts on this novel, set in the Fens in the 17th century. It would be lovely to share some comments on air.
I've been thrilled by the level of interest in the two author visits I announced last week. Tickets are selling very quickly for journalist and novelist Sally Magnusson who will be introducing her new novel The Ninth Child at Woodbridge Community Hall on the afternoon of 7 April.
And historian Alison Weir always attracts a lot of interest. Her latest novel is exploring the life of Katheryn Howard The Tainted Queen, wife number five for Henry VIII. Alison will be joining us at Woodbridge Community Hall, in the evening of Friday 15 May.
We had a capacity audience for novelist Liz Trenow at Woodbridge Library last week as she shared details of the research and inspiration for her new book 'Under a Wartime Sky'. If you missed it, you can take a look at my report here. You might like to meet Liz when she visits the Transmitter Block at Bawdsey on 26 April, or speaks at the Felixstowe Book Festival on 28 June.