Delighted to announce Six Days is back in print with Cemetery Dance Publications. Often compared to Gone Girl, my claustrophobic debut novel has been re-released with a gorgeous new cover from Kealan Patrick Burke.
Preorders available now!
Praise for SIX DAYS
“Kelli Owen has pulled off a kind of dark magic with this book and done so with an assurance rarely seen in a first novel. She’s made us care deeply about a flawed character completely alone in the dark, a scary one-character play peopled with everyone she’s close to…which is no mean feat for any magician. And the ending packs a hell of a wallop.”
~ Jack Ketchum, author of THE GIRL NEXT DOOR, OFF SEASON, THE WOMAN and more…
Thrilled to be included in Sadie Hartmann’s LitReactor thoughts, in her article This Genre is on Fire! 13 Fiesty Females Fanning Fear into Flame!
Forget Women in Horror Month. Women don’t want a month. They want a whole year. Hell, they’re taking over the rest of 2020 and probably all the years after that too.
Regarding me, she had these lovely words to say:
You need to be pretty entrenched in the horror genre scene before you start hearing Kelli Owen’s name. Once you hear it, it’s like a magical talisman that unlocks the whole genre for you. She’s an underground horror goddess. Stories everywhere! All the magazines, all the anthologies, not to mention a huge back catalog of novellas and short stories. Before you can call yourself a true horror fan, you must pay homage to Kelli Owen. I would start with my favorite, Teeth.
Check out the rest of the article to read about the other twelve women who want more than a month and only barely less than your soul…