She Receives the Night–Free Review Copies

My new story collection, She Receives the Night, is in the pre-order stage (http://www.vineleavespress.com/she-receives-the-night-by-robert-earle.html), and of course there’s nothing more important to a book launch than reviews, especially on Amazon. So I would be happy to send an ebook (format of your choice) to the first 25 readers who would be interested in receiving a copy. Just send me a note at Raponikon@gmail.com and I’ll happily reply.

She Receives the Night contains 22 stories focused on women all over the world who bear the burdens of life’s darkness so that we all may enjoy the light. I write about women in the US, El Salvador, Australia, North Korea, Italy and elsewhere. Many of these stories have appeared in literary magazines, some are new. You’ll read about women making old age work for them, women seeking freedom from oppression, women who are artists, politicians, refugees, and social workers, women who are rescued and who rescue themselves and rescue others.

The most succinct critical comment so far is simple: “…plots that carry you off like falling in love.” I’d only add that I write about all kinds of love, but I write about romantic love, too.

I’d like to hear from you. Again, please email me for a free ebook at raponikon@gmail.com.

About Robert Earle

Robert Earle's new collection of short stories is called She Receives the Night (Vine Leaves Press). Over the years he has published more than 100 stories in print and online literary magazines. He also has published a nonfiction book about Iraq, Nights in the Pink Motel (Naval Institute Press) and a novel, The Way Home (DayBue). Earle was born in Norristown, Pennsylvania and has academic degrees from Princeton and Johns Hopkins. He spent 25 years in the Foreign Service and has lived in many parts of the US, Latin America, and Europe. Now he lives in Durham, North Carolina.
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