By R.W. Van Sant Matt stood facing the door. All he had to do was to walk through, and it would be as though the last ten years hadn’t happened. No, it wasn’t as easy as that, no one could escape their past. He may have gotten his career back, but he had acquired some … More The iFactor Chapter 6
by R. W. Van Sant The next morning, drained from insufficient sleep, Matt dressed and stumbled from the apartment. The chief ordered him to be on time, and Ken was the last person on the planet that he wanted to upset. Matt disliked the feeling of emotional detachment the medication caused; still, he took a … More The iFactor-Chapter 5
A Fantasy in Rhyme Look for it Cyber Monday in digital and paperback.
A KDP picture book with fantasy artwork to inspire a struggling reader.
Why do we fear what lies below the waves, when we know there are more terrors above them?
by R.W. Van Sant Matt slid into a realm of metaphors, unspoken desires, and long forgotten memories. He dreamed of beaches, summer heat and tranquil waves, swimming among the fish. Lying on the warm sand, feeling the heat of the sun as it caressed the bronzed backs of the women lounging next to him on … More The iFactor – Chapter 4
its out. a truly monstrous rhyming ABCs picture book. Not exactly for young children.
by R.W. Van Sant Matt’s apartment door slid silently open. It was a universal reality that, in the dome colonies, everything operated well—in the beginning. The colony was well planned, funded, and less than a decade old. There simply hadn’t been time for entropy to work its necromancy on the equipment. Matt found it disconcerting … More The iFactor- Chapter 3
by R.W. Van Sant Once free of the congested compartment, Matt felt the air move more easily into his lungs. The warehouse had been an ordeal. Inside the enormous hall, the cacophony of noise and motion overwhelmed his senses. There were just too many people. They moved in and out, between and around the labyrinthine … More The iFactor – Chapter 2