A young woman who can literally sew her own fate tries to help a young man from unraveling his
Matthew Chan grew up in the harsh Tundra of Ontario, Canada, braving freezing temperatures, taming wandering polar bears, and helping the local populace battle the occasional giant ice spider - in other words, a typical Canadian childhood. Deciding he wanted more, he...
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Matthew Chan grew up in the harsh Tundra of Ontario, Canada, braving freezing temperatures, taming wandering polar bears, and helping the local populace battle the occasional giant ice spider - in other words, a typical Canadian childhood. Deciding he wanted more, he went to University to obtain a degree in Computer Science and Mathematics and currently works as a 3D artist and content producer for a major 3D tools provider. His biggest aspiration right now is to turn Threads of Fate into a published series. When he's not writing (or defending Canada from the ice spider hordes), Matt enjoys getting lost in various video games, tackling mountains on his snowboard, or shooting and editing video.
Reviews by TOFMatt 31
A review of TOLERANCE AT 20,000 FEETby TOFMatt on 09/02/2011Conceptually, Tolerance is a story that just about anyone can relate to. Who hasn't had to deal with delays at customs, crying kids, "generously proportioned" passengers, irritable flight attendants, and so forth? The premise alone begs for the reader to sympathize with Doug. The problem is, Doug is just not likable. From the outset of the story he's judgmental, elitist,... read
A review of Redemption Centerby TOFMatt on 09/01/2011From the outset, Redemption Center effectively paints its picture of its backwater setting. The narrator's accent played through his voice is unique and though it is risky to give him such a strong characteristic (starting the entire piece with a spelling error no less), it pays off, even if it's not always consistent. He and his associates are certainly described as the... read
A review of The Car and Candice (Revised)by TOFMatt on 09/01/2011You won't find any big action or high-concept in The Car and Candice - in fact, the story itself is almost boldly down-to-earth. Despite the fact that very little actually happens, the prose is pretty sharp and varied enough to hold interest. Some of the scenes do tend to drag a bit (the conversation between Max and Al, the lead up to picking up Candice) which would be alright... read