A train runs through these three stories, and like all trains, and all journeys, it must terminate somewhere, and this is the end of that line.
I chose the name TERMINAL because it's both a condition, and an ultimate destination, and these stories are examinations of the human condition, as much as they are journeys with definite endings.
The three stories are set in the same universe and although they are loosely connected in terms of tone and theme, they are also more closely connected in some key ways that only become apparent when reading the three stories together in the order they are collected in TERMINAL. I think they are more satisfying when read this way, as three chapters in a larger critique of humanity and human nature.
Also at just $2.88 they're cheaper when bought together ;)