Then he dabbed his finger with the blood from his lip. 'My blood, shed for you," he whispered. She took his finger into her mouth and curled tongue, aroused, tasting of the salty, tangy iron. Then she leaned over to kiss him.-From Of Christ and Orwell
Delve into the unconventional imagination of Tigre Scott, filled with short stories of relationships of different flavors, all written from the heart, mind and groin. Often poetic and lyrical, and, at times, humorous, Scott captures emotion and thought, while venturing into uncharted territories.
Several of Scott's stories have been work-shopped on Zoetrope.com, an on-line magazine created by Francis Coppola. Real Doll received a high score from reviewers for its originality, while others considered The Big Drop and Human Wreckage as 'excellent" and 'well-written" stories.
Scott goes beneath the surface of his characters' external worlds, providing both clarity and meaning behind their motivations, dreams and aspirations.