David Owain Hughes

David Owain Hughes is a horror freak! He grew up on ninja, pirate and
horror movies from the age of five, which helped rapidly install in him a
vivid imagination.


When he grows up, he wishes to be a serial killer with a
part-time job in women's lingerie. He's had several short stories
published in various online magazines and anthologies, along with articles, reviews
and interviews.


He's written for This Is Horror, Blood Magazine and Horror
Geeks Magazine.


He's the author of the popular novels 'Walled In'
(2014) & "Wind-Up Toy" (2016), along with his short story collections 'White Walls
and Straitjackets' (2015) and "Choice Cuts" (2015).

Man Eating F*ckers

David Owain Hughes


The eagerly awaited sequel to Hughes’ critically acclaimed Man Eating F**ks

Two years on from her nightmarish descent into the woods, Storm is piecing her life back together, but trouble is forming...

A new threat is rising - one that promises to grip, shake and spin Storm's world out of control. But that's not all, as a 'friend' and sympathizer also poses a risk from the shadows, combined with a face from the past...

With the cannibals lurking in the background, waiting for an opportunity to deal white-hot vengeance, can father and daughter survive?


** Features a bonus, previously unpublished short story by David Owain Hughes**

Release: Winter 2017

Pages: 320

Paperback $14.99

EBook $4.99








Man Eating F*cks

David Owain Hughes

An average teenage girl and her father find themselves caught up in a brutal nightmare at their local recreational centre, when an age-old enemy comes stumbling out of the woods to crash a heavy-metal gig; a gig that has all the promises of being killer. This is one blood-soaked gig you won't want to miss!

Praise for Man-Eating F*cks from Ty Schwamberger (author of The Fields, Deep Dark Woods & The Death of a Horror Writer.)

"Man Eating F*cks is old school horror, but with a new, blood-soaked twist! David Owain Hughes effectively creates enjoyable and lethal characters in this tale that is sure to keep you up at night. This is the type of tale that you need to read with a light on…I'm serious. You better put your seatbelt on 'cause you're in for one helluva ride. Look out, Hughes might very well be headed to the major leagues after this twisted tale! Highly recommended!"

Pages: 274














David Owain Hughes & Peter Oliver Wonder


Percy is kinky.

Percy is perverted.

Percy is a loner.

Percy is sneaky…


...But most of all, Percy wants to be left alone.


Whether it be a nagging mother or something from his past, it feels like he is always trying to escape something.

Will he be able to find his own peace, or will the real world catch up to him?

There will be blood.

There will be s**t.

There will be unusual sexual kinks.

But most of all, there will be murder…


Pages: 77

$6.99 Paperback

$3.99 eBook


Psychological Breakdown

David Owain Hughes


Within this tome lies eighteen tales of mind-bending terror, as Hughes delves into the human psyche and dishes out stories of what becomes of the broken minded, spirited and downright irked.


Part these blood-drenched pages at your own peril, for you will find diseased minds geared towards revenge and bloody chaos, with a few twists, turns and surprises thrown in for good, fucked-up measures.


Keep the lights on!

OCTOBER 27 2017

Pages: 313

$15.99 Paperback

$4.99 eBook






The Rack & Cue

David Owain Hughes

A hellish storm forces an unwitting group of travelers to seek shelter from the road. After nearly giving themselves up for lost, each finds himself in front of the eerie pub called the Rack and Cue. The pub's owner, Porky, welcomes them in with tasty beer, delicious homemade meat pies, and the promise of good entertainment - a pool tournament. It's a winner-takes-all competition with a hefty cash prize. However, as each round wraps up, and each loser in turn mysteriously disappears down to the cellar, some of the guests become suspicious. One pair of truck drivers, Riggs and Iain, determine that their only hope is fighting their way out.




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