R.W. Van Sant
R.W Van Sant lives in Albuquerque, NM with his wife, two children, and two black pampers rescued from the dog shelter. He has worked as a delivery driver, medical claims biller, and as a science teacher. An eternal student, he has earned degrees and certificates in general science, history, teaching and is now working toward a Master’s Degree in Business Administration.
As a student of the darker aspects of the human condition, he prefers to write science fiction, horror and urban fantasy. His published short stories have appeared in the Storyteller Magazine, Victory News Press and Nth Degree e-zine.
Anthology of short stories, horror, science fiction, fantasy
Strangers, called together by a parapsychologist have one thing in common, the same specter has haunted each from the day they were born.
A fat-eating virus can devour away the pounds while you sleep. Trendy new Sleep Diet clinics promise the ultimate weight loss procedure, until the virus mutates.
After nearly crashing his car in a rainstorm, a man finds his saxophone while looking for his jack. He plays his songs to the tempest, and an inhuman voice from the sea answers back.
The most powerful technology discovered and paid for with the largest media event in history. Can the world survive a television host’s thirst for ratings?
Contains an exclusive sneak peak of “Teller’s Cove” A novel of horror by R.W, Van Sant.
The Terror of Teller’s Cove
A century ago, the clipper Morning Sunshine struck a reef and sank. Crew and passengers were torn to shreds by sharks before they could reach the shore—except one. Captain Teller built a house on the cove to keep watch over his sunken ship and the evil that plagued it, until the night he disappeared.
The ship’s log speaks of golden treasure that lies hidden at the bottom of the cove along with the wreck. It also hints at an ancient evil that protects it, an evil that if disturbed could spell doom for humanity.
Now, heirs have moved into the old cove house and are planning to retrieve the lost family fortune. Will their greed awaken that which sleeps? If they do, will humanity loose dominion over the earth?
Audio visual reading of the published short story "Whale Song" by author R. W. Van Sant.