Tales Of The Figure » 'The clouds had returned.' 'The rain had come at last.' 'The rain crashed down.' A trilogy of short stories. A deconstruction on the trope of a lone drifter.
Fiction: Horror, T, English, Supernatural & Suspense, chapters: 3, words: 7k+, 12/18/2019
Finale, A Tale of The Figure - A short story 'The rain crashed down to earth like Satan from heaven, it would not stop. Though The Figure wished it would, his arms pushed against the sheer power of the flood, he felt as if he would lose consciousness any millisecond, yet he continued to fight the numbness that enveloped his body, not daring to stop. Again, This story is pretty standalone. For Seamus.
Fiction: Thriller, T, English, Horror & Supernatural, words: 3k+, 6/29/2019
The House, A tale of The Figure-A short story 'The rain had come at last, embracing the world, refusing to let go. The Figure stepped in another in a long line of invisible puddles, making the one in his boot even deeper.' The Figure's quest to survival leads him to a mysterious house and secrets beyond his comprehension. a supernatural horror, part two of The Figure Trilogy.
Fiction: Thriller, T, English, Supernatural & Suspense, words: 1k+, 4/29/2019
Before, A Tale of The Figure-A short story 'The clouds had returned. The Figure looked up, still no rain. He continued to drift aimlessly though the desert. As far as the infinite horizon there was sand. Nothing else, and as The Figure often liked to think, no-one else.' A tale of a mute drifter that travels through a post-apocalyptic wasteland. Part one of The Figure trilogy of short stories.
Fiction: Thriller, T, English, Horror & Sci-Fi, words: 2k+, 4/25/2019