METRO WEBPLEX

AUTHOR

Welcome to Metro Webplex site - hub of John T. Cullen websites
You are here at the Clocktower Books Main Page
Click for Clocktower Books Museum pages
Click for John T. Cullen author page

Main    List    About    Contact Author

FORTY+ BOOKS UNDER THREE PEN NAMES:


Jean-Thomas Cullen—Poetry plus Sentimental Romantic Fiction


John T. Cullen—On Thriller Street plus The Reading Room (Nonfiction)


John Argo—DarkSF, Empire of Time SF, Suspense Fiction, Dark Fantasy


WELCOME TO THE AUTHOR'S WEBPLEX

Welcome to John T. Cullen's personal author webplex, live since 1996. You can learn all about my history as an Internet author and publisher (since 1996) at the Clocktower Books Museum pages. The main Clocktower Books publisher site is at Clocktower Books, one of the world's first true e-book publishers (according to well-defined criteria). We published the world's first professional, web-only magazine of speculative fiction starting 1998 and running for a decade. More info at Museum.


ONE OF MANY JOHN T. CULLEN SPECIAL PROJECTS:

Coronado Mystery - three books by John T. Cullen

Finally Solved After More Than 120 Years: San Diego/Coronado: 1892 True Crime Story/Famous Ghost Legend. Now two books in one volume: nonfiction Dead Move: Kate Morgan and the Haunting Mystery of Coronado; plus a fictional dramatization closely based on historical fact, Lethal Journey.

Publisher of Clocktower Books & Author

A San Diego Author with European and New England Roots: Jean-Thomas Cullen, B.A., B.B.A., M.S. is a seasoned professional, passionately devoted to all things literary. An experienced author, publisher, and editor, he writes books solidly grounded in art, passion, and critical thinking—be it a romantic and thrilling novel, or solidly researched historical nonfiction. He co-founded Clocktower Books in 1996. He publishes under his real name plus pen names John Argo and John T. Cullen. See About page for more info.

About

AUTHOR UPDATES

New: Journal Project

Journal. Effective Summer 2017, I will start posting regular stories, articles, and essays at my personal website (John T. Cullen dot com). Years ago, I commanded the top 10 most of the time at Fictionwise.com in Nonfiction/History. I will be reprising a number of the articles I published there on topics as varied as the last day of the Roman Empire (which happened in 1453, not 476); the Paris Gun of 1918, which was the first to launch a man-made projectile into the edge of space; a possible instant ice age happening quickly, soon, as a result of global warming and the disruption of long-standing world ocean currents; and many other fascinating topics in such areas as history, religion, and linguistics. I call this project my Journal because I will be posting frequently. More info soon.