Timothy M. Thompson


Timothy M. Thompson is the owner and Webmaster of ClydeSight Productions - producers of original DSPP subliminal software, music, e-books, and more - including vintage tape recorder information and videos.

Tim’s e-books include:

“The Wroussara Trilogy - Volume One - Star Hopper”, a science fiction novel that tells the adventures and misadventures of a human being who is INVITED, rather than abducted by space aliens - to visit their world.

"The Idiocy and the Oddity" an online HTML parody of Homer's epic - The Iliad and the Odyssey - called: which tells the tale from a cat's point of view.

Tim has written two books with English author, Cathrine Garnell:

“The Cross of Ramplet – The Mystery of Throckmorton Manor” - an historical mystery suspense novel set in Regency England around the sleepy village of Portsur. It combines the elegance of a Regency England Jane Austin romance with the cunning treasure hunt mystery style of Agatha Christie and the broad comedic style of Mel Brooks.

"Cooking Up Customers for Marketing Success" – a how-to book in PDF format that explains the basic concepts behind a good marketing plan and gives readers techniques on how to think like a customer, instead of a producer. The lessons are augmented by food recipes that reflect the point of each concept through the cooking and eating experience.

Where to find Timothy M. Thompson online


Alien Encounters: The Wroussara Trilogy - Volume 1 - Star Hopper
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 246,030. Language: English. Published: March 31, 2011 by ClydeSight Productions. Categories: Fiction » Science fiction » General, Fiction » Gay & lesbian fiction » Gay
Not all Alien Encounters are abductions… some are invitations! What would happen if… - Space Aliens had their own religion? Would they be as rigid and dogmatic as humans? - Space Aliens met a closeted gay earth man? Would they reject him, persecute him, or embrace him? These are the some of the questions that are answered in Alien Encounters: The Wroussara Trilogy – Vol 1. Star Hopper!

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