San Diegoer John T. Cullen is a San Diego author of fiction and nonfiction - publisher 1996 Clocktower Books One of the greatest true stories of San Diego history - 1892 true crime & ghost legend Hotel del Coronado near San Diego - Lizzie Wyllie, Kate Morgan, John Spreckels Clocktower Books exciting books for avid readers since 1996 - first e-books online for download 1996 Deep Outside SFFH Far Sector SFFH see Museum Pages Jean-Thomas Cullen has written Stop By: A Sentimental Romance for the 21st Century and other romantic fiction; and kids' books like Uba-Duba, a Bedtime Story for Small Children John T. Cullen's Subversive thrillers suspense fiction Vanished Flight 777, Doctor Night, Umnitsa or The Spy's Daughter, plus John Argo short story anthology Night Shots DarkSF + Empire of Time future history series by John Argo, plus short story anthology Strange Doors + Adventures Beyond Time and Space John Argo's Next Generation Gen-FZ Invasion of the Fungus Zombies, A San Diego horror series - Science Horror is Ultra-Dark Science Fiction or Ultra-DarkSF in the tradition of Body Snatchers, Frankenstein, Blade Runner, and much of the best Science Fiction Nostrademus is Nostradamus, the true, secret meaning of his name finally revealed by John T. Cullen; and other Secrets Hidden In Plain Sight or SHIPS The Reading Room by John T. Cullen is a collection of nonfiction books and articles published since 2001. Disassume is a special concept and a new word coined by John T. Cullen.

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Stop By: a Sentimental Romantic Story by Jean-Thomas Cullen A great San Diego/Coronado mystery solved at last by John T. Cullen
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Vanished Flight 777—Military Thriller & Mind-Blowing Thought Experiment based on true story of Missing Flight MH370

Vanished Flight 777—by John T. Cullen (Clocktower Books, 5 June 2014) available now in print and e-book editions). Aviation's #1 Mystery: What happened to vanished Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370? What if it didn't fall into the Indian Ocean, but was hijacked, is being weaponized, and will be used soon in a spectacular 9/11 style attack—St. Peter's Basilica in Rome? St. Paul's in London? Westminster? Hagia Sofia? Read the novel for another horrific option. Four pages of interesting and important info inside

Empire of Time—SF Series by John Argo

Empire of TimeSF Series by John Argo, Clocktower Books—AVAILABLE NOW— in print and e-book formats. Already 10 gripping SF novels with fascinating, heroic characters caught up in cosmic and amazing adventures. Danger, love, and struggles spanning time and space. Many more novels in the series will follow in coming months and years. Amazon links for now—much info on this site soon…

Uba-Duba: A Bedtime Story for Children (and their parents)—Children's Books

Uba-Duba(by Jean-Thomas Cullen, Clocktower Books, Fall 2014)—AVAILABLE NOW— (e-formats only); this children's bedtime story has thrilled a generation of kids and will work on yours (and their parents as well). Help the little explorers make their way through the jungle to a magic city full of toys—but everyone who tries to get there falls asleep along the way…

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Now available in print and e-book editions. Bitter Moon Over Brooklyn by Renee Horowitz

Since 1996: Pioneers in Digital Publishing Clocktower Books launched in 1996 as Clocktower Fiction, the world's first online digital download publisher of book-length, proprietary (not public domain) novels (interpolating from timelines, like this one, which is missing some important milestones including our own launch). We were pioneers during the halcyon genesis days of the World Wide Web, when digital publishing was as yet virgin territory, and wide open to innovation. We were first in history to release entire proprietary novels (in weekly serial chapters, 1996-1997) namely Heartbreaker (SF) and Neon Blue (Suspense), both by John Argo. You can find us mentioned long ago on the Wayback Machine and elsewhere. For a decade, we published what was then the acclaimed (Web's oldest), professional digital SF/F/H magazine (Deep Outside/Far Sector SFFH)—see [About] and [Museum]. We continue to innovate with the same exciting view of the future.


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