Throughout his career in international cricket and well into retirement, Boycott has written a number of works on cricket, including his own autobiography and a joint project on the biography of umpire Dickie Bird:
- Geoff Boycott's Book for Young Cricketers, 1976.
- Put to the Test, 1979.
- Opening up, 1980.
- In The Fast Lane, 1981
- Sir Geoffrey. 21 Years of Yorkshire Cricket, 1984.
- Boycott: The Autobiography, 1987.
- Free as a Bird: Like and Times of Harold "Dickie" Bird with David Hopps, 1997.
- Boycott on Cricket, 1990.
- Geoffrey Boycott on Cricket, 1999.
- The Best XI, 2008
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