“Geoff What-if Nelder” In His Own Words

Before reading award winning author Geoff Nelder’s new book, Xaghra’s Revenge, I contacted him about the possibility of interviewing him. Having finished this historical fiction with romance, fantasy, action, and the paranormal, I wondered what would motivate a well-known writer of science fiction to make such a dramatic change in genre. I invited Geoff to guest on my blog and share his inspiration, how he … Continue reading “Geoff What-if Nelder” In His Own Words

“Xaghra’s Revenge” by Geoff Nelder

It takes a high degree of skill to write a book that takes an event in history and blends it with a compelling fiction. Geoff Nelder accomplishes this in his historical fiction, Xaghra’s Revenge. To add to the captivating plot, Nelder has injected an unlikely romance between two delightful characters and a tragic love from the past; a love that might dramatically change the face … Continue reading “Xaghra’s Revenge” by Geoff Nelder

March Book Blog

March Book Blog & Newsletter Ah, March Lion or Lamb? St. Patrick’s Day! March Madness (only basketball fans will get this one)!  The Ides of… What does that mean? The phrase “Beware the Ides of March” is a quote from William Shakespeare’s “Julius Caesar”, and is a soothsayer’s message to Caesar warning him of his impending death. In fact Caesar was assassinated on March 15th, 44 … Continue reading March Book Blog

“The Chaos of Mokii” by Geoff Nelder

Award-winning science fiction author Geoff Nelder packs a real punch in this short tale of the mind.  “The Chaos of Mokii” explores the bizarre and mysterious world where people may not be who you think they are, places can change at the drop of a hat, and questions arise at every turn.   When Olga enters Mokii, finagling her way past the bouncer into a … Continue reading “The Chaos of Mokii” by Geoff Nelder

Thanksgiving Book Deals

“View From the Sixth Floor: An Oswald Tale” will be FREE on Amazon Kindle Nov 21 through Nov 23 in memory of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy on November 22, 1963. This romantic thriller takes a fictional “what if” look at the JFK assassination. Suppose accused assassin Lee Harvey Oswald had lived to defend himself. Imagine if 50 years after the assassination someone … Continue reading Thanksgiving Book Deals

More From “Crooked Tales”

“Like some kind of particularly tenacious vampire the short story refuses to die, and seems at this point in time to be a wonderful length for our generation.” Neil Gaiman Crooked Tales: As Crooked As They Want to Be It’s those shaded corners; the shadowy recesses of our minds where deceit and revenge take refuge. Only to surface when we choose to be most unpleasant … Continue reading More From “Crooked Tales”

“Crooked Tales” – 15 Short Stories

Coming Soon!!! “Crooked Tales” Deception and Revenge in 15 Short Stories 15 Short Stories | 15 Authors. All very vengeful and deceitful: A Crooked Mile – Fiona Quinn Squatter – Ulla Hakanson The Scream of Silence – Pamela Crane Angel Heart – Michelle Medhat Beneath – Anita Kovacevic Confessions – Julie Mayerson Brown Death of a Sparrowman – Eric Gates Keeping It in the Family … Continue reading “Crooked Tales” – 15 Short Stories