#WorldCon in Dublin 2019

The international science fiction convention WorldCon is in Dublin as we speak! I can’t be there because I am recovering from a hernia op but my books are there for me. I hope they’re having a blast. Authors who are there who know of my SUPPOSE WE is Jaine Fenn who said the book has original touches, and Jon Courteney Grimwood who once said I wear science fiction like other people wear clothes – haha. My books are in the main hall on a stall manned by the facebook authors’ services group BooksGoSocial.

So if you’re in Dublin please pop in, say hello and pick up a 5 euros copy of Suppose We.

If you cannot do that it is on sale as ebook or paperback at



You can read an excerpt at https://geoffnelder.com/excerpt-from-suppose-we/


The Other side of the Pebble is a short story of mine giving Goliath’s version of the event in the bible with David. Facts as I could ascertain them from various historical sources are accurate with a tweak of my imagination. Goliath was bullied as a boy and well it is in this



INCREMENTAL is an amazing collection of surreal shorts. For a tenner, you can laugh, be amazed, and blurt into your coffee. paperback or as a Kindle and KindleUnlimited


Zaghras RevengeXaghra’s Revenge is set in Malta Libya, a harem in Constantinople and in France.

When pirates abducted 5000 from Gozo in 1551 revenge was inevitable even though it took 500 years for me to give it to them. Free on KindleUnlimited



Run, hide! alien apocalypse.
Infectious amnesia. Free on KindleUnlimited or
99 pence/cents  smarturl.it/1fexhs

My other books can be found on the Amazon Author page http://author.to/Amazonauthorpage

Or if you fancy a children’s picture book about Timmy the Tornado – a kind of social story to help children grow up and be kind. ebook 99 pence  https://payhip.com/b/2aj3


Chester’s Climate

Local to North Wales & Merseyside too. Data, graphs, analysis

Air Pollution ebook £1.50


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