This week feels like we've all got back to normal again after the Christmas and New Year celebrations. So I hope you're making plans to attend the book events with Browsers in the coming weeks.
Another meet-the-author event has just been confirmed, so please check your diary and see if you can come along.
The date is 13th February, and that's a Wednesday...
We'll be meeting in the bookshop at 7.30pm to hear crime writer Elly Griffiths talk about her new book, 'The Stone Circle', in her bestselling series about Dr Ruth Galloway, the Norfolk-based forensic archaeologist.
If you haven't yet met Elly, or read her books, you mustn't miss this opportunity. Be assured, you will be gripped.
Elly is a fabulously entertaining guest as well as a brilliant crime writer. She's visited us at Browsers before and is always a huge hit. If you want to read more about her, click here for my interview in 'Suffolk' magazine a few years ago.
The series is set in East Anglia and they are wonderfully atmospheric. There's the usual gripping murder mystery, cleverly mixing modern day with historical crime, and there's an ongoing saga between the central characters and their personal lives, particularly Ruth's relationship with DCI Nelson.
While this is the 11th in the series, you don't need to have read any of the previous books, they each stand alone perfectly, but if you do want to find out how it all began, call into the bookshop to purchase one of the earlier titles or pick up one of Elly's other books. She's written another crime series set in 1950s' Brighton and romantic novels under her real name Domenica De Rosa!