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= DarkSF Bookshop =

NOTE: Most of these novels and shorter stories now have free reading (ARC, Galley) links to my Galley City website. The theme is Read Free or Buy (no obligation nor tracking; 75+ books, articles, & short stories by Summer 2019). Another key theme is Read-a-Latte. For the price of a cup of coffee, you can buy a story. The coffee is gone in minutes, but the story is yours for life. It's a good deal.

Novels

Day Flies (Nebula Express)
Doom Spore San Diego
Meta4City (Monopol City)
Robinson Crusoe 1,000,000 A.D.
Streamliners
This Shoal of Space
Run For Your Life: A Love Story (YANAPOP)
The Christmas Clock

Shorter Works

Ghosts and the City #1
Ghosts and the City #2
The Hair Ribbon, a Halloween Incident
City of Mirrors
Control Game
The Marks on the Roads
Syndicate Motel
Taxi M'Koo & the Helium Drive
The Firemen's Dance
The Neighbors Are Different


Anthology

Up Late, the Argo 8 The anthology is available to buy. Some of the (ten, not eight) stories are available separately for free reading. Each of the following links takes you to a separate free reading page at Galley City.

Susie
Petra
Three Tales of Parallelocation
Sad Lady Lake
Time-Crazy
Weola, Kansas


Café Okay

About Bookshop The main bookshop (Café Okay) is on its own website, networked into the John T. Cullen webplex. The DarkSF bookshop is a subset, serving links for print and ebook editions of DarkSF type titles only. Some have both print and ebook editions, while other (shorter) stories will have only an e-book edition. Other bookshops in the network include that for the Empire of Time (EOT) series of standalones written as John Argo. I have published over fifty books, stories, and articles as John T. Cullen and under my birth name (Jean-Thomas Cullen) as well.

Welcome to Cafe Okay. Read books and articles by John T. Cullen or just hang out


Welcome to Cafe Okay. Read books and articles by John T. Cullen or just hang out



Welcome to Cafe Okay. Read books and articles by John T. Cullen or just hang out