Friday, April 1, 2011

Living After Midnight reduced to $.99 throughout the month of April



It's April, and throughout this whole month, Acid Grave Press's hard-rockin' horror and dark-fantasy anthology Living After Midnight: Hard and Heavy Stories is being reduced to the insane price of only $.99 from its original rock-bottom deal of $2.99.

So, for all you April fools who haven't yet bought a copy, snatch one now before the price goes back up in May!

This price reduction is primarily effective at Amazon (Kindle format) and Smashwords (other formats), but you may be able to find this lower price at your favorite e-tailer.

If you still need convincing, just check out these great reviews:

"One of the things that make having an e-reader worthwhile." — Dead in the South

"Heavy metal horror heaven." — Ginger Nuts of Horror

"A good variety pack of scary stories ... an easy read, and a satisfying one." — author Patrick D'Orazio

And here's another great review from Martel Sardina at Dark Scribe Magazine.

Sunday, January 30, 2011

David T. Wilbanks interviewed at Bookhound's Den

Neal Hock over at the prestigious Bookhound's Den interviewed our own Dave Wilbanks on his site. Dave discusses his various works, including the Dead Earth books (and our favorite, Living After Midnight: Hard and Heavy Stories).

Check it out.

Sunday, January 16, 2011

Review copies of Living After Midnight: Hard and Heavy Stories available on request

Just contact acidgravepress at gmail dot com with your credentials (where your reviews appear) and e-book format of choice. Thanks for your interest.

Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Monday, January 10, 2011

Living After Midnight featured at Indie Books Blog

Q: What will e-readers like about your book?

[A:] The diversity! We have ghost, demon, zombie, serial killer, and werewolf stories for those who want the genre tropes. We have action, love, and magic for those who like a little extra. We've got mythic and modern, British and American, long and short ... hard and heavy.

In short, Living After Midnight has a little something for anyone who likes their fiction sharp, dark, and more than a little exciting.

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Living After Midnight reviewed on Dead in the South

"There are six stories in Living After Midnight, all inspired by heavy metal/hard rock bands (each story title is the name of one such band). Less that discourage those of you who are fans of chamber music and Celine Dion, no knowledge of the heavy music scene is required to enjoy these stories, as the authors for the most part use a name or image as a starting point."

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