This year's New Angle Prize longlist - which recognises literature associated with or influenced by East Anglia - features novels, short stories, architecture, poetry and biography.
Spring is around the corner. We know it's still a bit cold, but it's time to plan your garden with the help of our eLibrary.
The Dagger in the Library prize recognises the best UK and Irish crime writers, and the longlist is chosen by the absolute authorities on books - library staff.
This year marks 100 years since the Russian Revolution. Why not mark the centenary with these Russia-related titles?
Information and content librarian Lisa Brennan has picked out this month's newest and top titles in our eLibrary to get you downloading.
To mark the opening of the Science Museum's major new Robots exhibition, as well as the beginning of the Radio 4 series The Rise of the Robots, we've picked out a selection of great robot-related books, DVDs and music for all ages.
Getting to grips with your new tablet? Here are another 9 handy apps to help you get the most from it.
Is it your new year's resolution to read more diversely? Why not start with the longlist for the inaugural Jhalak Prize, which seeks to recognise the best books published by BAME authors in the past year?
Have you been very lucky this Christmas and received a brand new tablet? Perhaps you’re feeling overwhelmed by the number of apps available to you. Suffolk Libraries can help with our Top 10 recommended apps.
The 2016 series of Strictly Come Dancing draws to a close this weekend. If it's put you in the mood to dance, why not use your library card to access some of the great music we have available online?