R.W. Van Sant lives in Albuquerque, NM with his wife, two children, two spoiled black pampers rescued from the dog shelter, and a backyard he's trying to tame. He indulges a love of dark and sciency things by writing supernatural thrillers and dark, fantastical science fiction.
How do you discover the ebooks you read?
I usually see a link on twitter, or when browsing amazon or iStore.
Do you remember the first story you ever wrote?
Yes when I was eight I wrote a story about a half lion and half lizard creature.
“This is nicely bloody and short.” – Netanella
The routine turns frightening when a young mother picks up her child from a daycare, only to discover something is terribly wrong. A disease runs rampant through the building, turning everyone trapped inside into flesh-eating monsters.
When wormholes in time are artificially created to allow the world to experience the day dinosaurs became extinct, can humanity survive a television host's thirst for ratings? At the end of the day, will the dinosaurs be the only ones facing extinction?
A revolutionary weight loss procedure takes the world by storm. Patients are injected with the new product and sleep their fat away. But you remember the old adage: if it sounds too good to be true, it usually is.
What is the cost of painless weight loss?
When a storm barrels into a small town, it brings a stranger with it. Ethereal and powerful, it quickly becomes clear she has an agenda. To some, she’ll be an angel. To others, the very essence of vengeance.
Two brothers risk everything to restore a long-hidden family legacy. But greed and setting things right for the last generation of Tellers could wake an ancient, unspeakable evil that threatens the very existence of the world.
3rd Rev. Ed.
Formerly- Twisted Visions
In this collection of short stories, R. W. Van Sant answers the really important questions of existence, such as:
Unique and disturbing Short stories.
“…unique perspectives and wonderful and horrible possibilities. Definitely take this one on vacation for reading around the campfire.”