Yule at My Feet

Rated 5.00/5 based on 9 reviews
A richly-descriptive tale of Yule celebration among Little People who gather in the forest. A sequel to the award-winning "Blood Moon," this story will warm hearts throughout the winter holiday season. More
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About Elizabeth Rowan Keith

Elizabeth Rowan Keith is an independent writer and researcher who writes on investigative, ethnographic, and scientific subjects. She also writes award-winning fiction and poetry. She has a doctorate in the biological sciences specializing in ethnobotany and a Master’s degree in public administration. Her teaching and research span the fields of sociology, geography, Native American studies, government, natural medicines, and the biological sciences. She holds certifications in many forms of mind/body/spirit medicine. Recently she relocated to the Twin Cities of Minnesota, USA, with her collie, Belle. She is the widow of award-winning author and photographer, David H. Keith.

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Reviews of Yule at My Feet by Elizabeth Rowan Keith

FTL Publications reviewed on Feb. 14, 2021

If you're seeking a magical story about a Yule celebration in a birch grove, this is one well worth reading. Delightful.
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donna webster reviewed on Dec. 25, 2012

Great story from a brilliant writer. I look forward to her future writings

Donna Webster
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donna webster reviewed on Dec. 25, 2012
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Great story from a brilliant writer. I look forward to her future writings
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Bobbi St. Clair reviewed on Dec. 22, 2012

This story is such a nice expression of gratitude, peace and love. It made me want to be one of the little people, for they seem to be full of the richness the rest of us so often miss. The imagery was wonderful and imaginative!
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Valerie Eikstadt reviewed on Dec. 10, 2012

A thoughtful and wondrous story -so like the author. It reminds us to be grateful for all of the gifts we give and are given in life.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Tracey Howard reviewed on Dec. 7, 2012

A beautiful story full of rich imagery and strong feeling.
(reviewed 6 days after purchase)
Margie Byler reviewed on Dec. 6, 2012

Once again Elizabeth takes us to an enchanted place. I love this story. This story is full of love and gratitude and we as humans can learn from it. I want to hear more of the birch sisters in the future. Thank you, Elizabeth for your lovely, charming story. Happy Yule. Margie Byler
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Joyce Williams reviewed on Dec. 5, 2012

Elizabeth Keith has provided us with a welcomed and much needed alternative to the crass commercialism of the season. She draws beautiful and peaceful word pictures that take us to a much better place and make us want to stay there. Thank you, Elizabeth for your gift of the season!
Joyce Williams
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Anna Scott Graham reviewed on Dec. 3, 2012

Charming and evocative, I felt a part of the celebratory magic that infused a quiet forest. The author brought to life the scents and tastes of a feast, also the joy and love springing from all participants. Highly recommended!
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Suzy Stewart Dubot reviewed on Dec. 2, 2012

A delightful tale for young or old. Elizabeth Rowan Keith has conjured magic with her words but then the story is magic too, filled with the little folk. I had the impression that the author was there! Can heartily recommend.
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