Brentford's 2016/17 campaign has been chronicled in an e-book titled 'Welcome Home, King Jota' with funds from the sales going to the club's community sports trust.
Bees fan Nick Bruzon writes 'The Last Word' blog on the club on a regular basis and he has collated and adapted all his thoughts into one volume for fans to look back at the campaign just finished through his eyes.
His last three e-books collating the previous three campaigns have all been popular as they look back on the upward trend Brentford have taken since the end of the 2012/13 season where Marcello Trotta missed a last minute penalty against Doncaster that would have sent the club up. The Bees then lost in the play-off final to Yeovil.
Nick said: “One thing that has become more and more apparent to me in the last few seasons is that despite our higher profile and higher division, the heart and soul of the club remains the same.
"If anything, the Brentford family are even more tightly bound together than ever before as we continue our journey not just up the football pyramid but towards a new home at Lionel Road."
He added: "The chance to share this with fellow fans is something I love trying to do over the course of the season.
"We’ve all got an opinion on what is happening to our club. Of what works well and what doesn’t.
"Of who our favourites are. Some may agree, others not. That’s what makes football such a collective experience.”
Priced at just £1.99, all proceeds from the sales of this and the previous titles - Celebrating like they’d won the FA Cup (2013/14), Tales from the football village (2014/15) and Ready. Steady. Go Again. (2015/16) - are now being donated to the Brentford FC Community Sports Trust.
The Trust has been a wonderful arm of the football club and Nick is keen to show his support for them.
He explained: "We still have that wonderful feeling of togetherness and a unique connection between club and fan that permeates through all levels.
"The BFCCST is a key part of that. We share a wonderful feeling of everybody knowing everybody. Of all being able to celebrate together. Of personal involvement and emotional investment in a team that we’d support through thick and (mostly) thin but who are now treating us to brand of football rarely seen in modern times.
"It is a feeling that, along with the usual football talk and associated ‘other stuff’, this year’s story has really tried to capture."