From waking fears to heart-breaking nightmares, this collection of short fiction is a glimpse into the terrors we face every day from the mind of Robert P. Ottone.
In “The Arborist,” a woman hears the mysterious call of the forest.
Five friends exploring an archipelago find themselves set upon by the island’s hungry inhabitants in “The Monitors.”
A young woman confronts the mystery of her infertility in “Kelly Watch the Stars.”
These works are joined by the title novella, Her Infernal Name, about the cruel intersection of desire and desperation, and many other stories crafted in the hopes of keeping you up at night.
"A collection of horror stories, ones that, I believe, you will find belong on your shelves alongside the kinds of authors that get Barnes & Noble Classics Editions released of their works. Just give it time." - Carl R. Jennings, Phantasmagoria Magazine.
"Her Infernal Name is an effective allegory of how social media, and FOMO in particular, can devour us, forcing us to the brink of self-destruction. (Bonus points for some creepy imagery akin to the best parts of Ira Levin's Rosemary's Baby!)" - Rebecca Rowland, RowlandBooks.com
"This is a collection of horror stories that dives into many different types of horror including creepy creatures and supernatural stories with some twists I didn't see coming. All in all, a very solid collection of dark nightmares." - @LastBookOnTheLeft on Instagram
"If you are looking for a series of short stories that will give you chills, a sense of unease, or just to satisfy your bloodlust, then this collection is for you." - ErebusHorror.com
"All of these stories take one character and you get a very personal take on what's happening. I had a lot of fun with this. If you're looking for a short story collection, check it out!" - Everyone Who Reads It Must Converse on YouTube