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Living After Midnight: Hard and Heavy Stories

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Q: What happens when heavy music inspires dark fiction?

A: Hard and heavy stories.

The concept behind Living After Midnight: Hard and Heavy Stories is simple: 63,000 words' worth of horror and dark fantasy inspired by the authors' favorite hard rock and heavy metal bands. From the music of Black Sabbath, Iron Maiden, Judas Priest (of course), and others come exciting tales
Kindle Edition, 260 pages
Published (first published November 18th 2010)
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Matt Cowan
May 01, 2012 Matt Cowan rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: horror, anthology
This anthology is the first offering by ACID GRAVE PRESS, a new e-publisher.  It’s edited by David T. Wilbanks and Craig Clark.  Each writer was asked to produce a story using the name of one of their favorite hard rock or heavy metal bands as the title with that bands music for inspiration.  It’s a good collection of stories to be had for an excellent low price (I bought mine for the kindle for $2.99).  There’s a nice blend of story styles here, but all contain some element of horror to them.  ...more
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Jan 31, 2011 Patrick D'Orazio rated it really liked it
Living After Midnight contains six short stories named after each author's favorite heavy metal/hard rock band. Don't let this discourage you if you aren't into that type of music, because these stories may have taken their inspiration from the bands, but you don't have to know anything about them to enjoy these diverse tales of horror.

Spooky Tooth, by Randy Chandler, has a rock and roll journalist interviewing a rock and roll genius who is perhaps a rock and roll werewolf as well. Iron Maiden t
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David T. Wilbanks is a writer, editor and publisher. His short stories have appeared in Horror Drive-In and Postscripts among other publications. He and Mark Justice write the DEAD EARTH series which is on its third book, SANCTUARY. Be sure to check out his website for more. David lives in Minnesota with his wife.
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