14 August 2021
Former racehorse trainer and chief executive of the Thoroughbred Breeders Association Gavin Pritchard-Gordon has released his debut novel.
18 July 2021
An LA detective has revealed new evidence about the death of Marilyn Monroe after he secured the help of a Suffolk-based writer to tell his story.
18 June 2021
A historic Grade II listed town house has helped inspire the latest novel by an award-winning author.
29 May 2021
In the heart of the Stour valley lies a deep, dark, allegedly bottomless lake... the source of a sinister legend that dates back hundreds of years.
10 May 2021
Library customers are being asked to share their views on proposed opening hours which would see the library open for two extra hours each week.
06 May 2021
Children will be able to bring home free books from the supermarket thanks to book swap stations being brought into all stores.
24 April 2021
Here's our pick of the best books of the week.
29 March 2021
A handwritten Robert Burns manuscript which was discovered in a Suffolk mansion will go on auction this week.
21 March 2021
Book-lovers across the county have been showing support for their local libraries by taking part in a special literary-themed scarecrow trail.
08 March 2021
A one-time assistant trainer is being tipped as a successor to Dick Francis following the publication of his first racing thriller, Last Hurrah.
16 November 2020
A new book by social historian Neil Storey has taken an affectionate look at all things Suffolk - a county he has known and loved for many years.
28 September 2020
An author is thrilled to see his schoolboy novel writing ambition come true, aged 76.
22 September 2020
This is the question posed in a new novel by first-time author Stevie May.
15 September 2020
A professional photographer has compiled a book of lockdown pictures he took to raise money for the NHS.
01 September 2020
An author found lockdown inspirational when she finished her latest novel – in just five months
22 September 2019
An Amazon chart-topping author is celebrating a ‘amazing time’ for fiction writing after finding success without a publisher.
20 August 2019
The sixth annual event runs from Friday, November 15, to Sunday, November 17, at the Village Hall.