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A missing girl. A found fingertip. A puddle of blood without a body…

A small town neighborhood full of rumors and imagination through the eyes of its youth. Their world is a combination of grass stains and dried mud—the badges of childhood, that often look like blood in the right light.

~ THE NEIGHBORHOOD ~

Now available on eBook at Amazon. Taking requests for other formats (please leave a comment with the format you’re looking for and a valid email address)

REVIEWS:

In perhaps her most understated, restrained work yet, Owen builds her story and its suspense slowly, brick by brick, using even, smooth brushstrokes to paint a chilling portrait of a small little town where everyone is happy… Until the blood comes spilling out into their lives…
The Neighborhood may very well cause you to doubt what you think you know…
~ Kevin Lucia via Goodreads

The Neighborhood is a really good introduction to a world that begs to be revisited. If Neillsville becomes Kelli’s Castle Rock over time, it’s definitely a town I’m up to visit again in future stories.
~ Wag the Fox

The style and structure reminded me of Bentley Little at his best, and The Neighborhood is just as compulsive a page-turner as anything Mr. Little has done. Kelli Owen is definitely an author to watch.
~ HorrorWorld

This is not a book where you read about a monster, get scared and then forget about it after your finished… this is one book that you won’t forget. Kelli Owen is not here to just be another horror writer, she is here to kick your ass and scare the hell out of you. Now just say to yourself, “It’s only a book.”
~ The Horror Review

I found this story started out to be a low discomfort, but steadily increased its buzz of high alert adrenaline, until my instincts were stretched taut and screaming with anxiety.
~ The Crow’s Caw

And please note/remember: Taking requests for other formats (please leave a comment with the format you’re looking for and a valid email address)

16 Responses to eBook Available!

  • Scott says:

    Slightly off topic (since this is for The Neighborhood), but do you have any future plans to release Six Days in eBook format? I completely understand if there’s a time restriction because of being part of the Maelstrom set, but it would be nice to see it in larger distribution (this coming from someone who has hard copies of Six Days, Waiting Out Winter, and the Neighborhood).
    Scott

  • Scott says:

    Slightly off topic (since this is for The Neighborhood), but do you have any future plans to release Six Days in eBook format? I completely understand if there’s a time restriction because of being part of the Maelstrom set, but it would be nice to see it in larger distribution (this coming from someone who has hard copies of Six Days, Waiting Out Winter, and the Neighborhood).
    Scott

  • Kelli says:

    Actually, yes. Working on that right now actually… glad to know you’re interested =)

  • Kelli says:

    Actually, yes. Working on that right now actually… glad to know you’re interested =)

  • Scott says:

    Great news. I finally got around to reading Waiting on Winter and it bowled me over. (I have no idea why it took me so long to get around to it- just too many books on my TBR pile(s) I guess) The tension was perfect, it didn’t require any suspension of disbelief at all, and the ending was a perfect little burst of optimism. Just exceptional work! Suffice to say, I’ll have The Neighborhood read tonight. Can’t wait for Black Bubbles!

  • Scott says:

    Great news. I finally got around to reading Waiting on Winter and it bowled me over. (I have no idea why it took me so long to get around to it- just too many books on my TBR pile(s) I guess) The tension was perfect, it didn’t require any suspension of disbelief at all, and the ending was a perfect little burst of optimism. Just exceptional work! Suffice to say, I’ll have The Neighborhood read tonight. Can’t wait for Black Bubbles!

  • jacob says:

    i’d pay twice as much for a version without any DRM…

  • jacob says:

    i’d pay twice as much for a version without any DRM…

  • Kelli says:

    bwahahahaha… noted =))

  • Kelli says:

    bwahahahaha… noted =))

  • Rich says:

    I’ll second a disire for Six Days. I’m looking forward to (hopefully) one day seeing all of your work available in .EPUB format at Barnes & Noble and perhaps Smashwords.

    I’m not sure if there’s enough sales at these locations to make them worth your time, but I’d sure buy them.

  • Rich says:

    I’ll second a disire for Six Days. I’m looking forward to (hopefully) one day seeing all of your work available in .EPUB format at Barnes & Noble and perhaps Smashwords.

    I’m not sure if there’s enough sales at these locations to make them worth your time, but I’d sure buy them.

  • Rich says:

    Unreal. Stupid typo. ;)

  • Rich says:

    Unreal. Stupid typo. ;)

  • Bob says:

    I’ll 2nd Rich’s request – I’d love to see all your work available in .EPUB format. I quickly scooped up Waiting Out Winter, even though I already had the softcover version.

  • Bob says:

    I’ll 2nd Rich’s request – I’d love to see all your work available in .EPUB format. I quickly scooped up Waiting Out Winter, even though I already had the softcover version.

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