Ostara's Delight

Rated 5.00/5 based on 4 reviews
Traveling on the spring equinox, when the natural world is in balance and regeneration, in a birch grove where rare and magical events have been known to happen, Epona, guardian of those moving in and out of life, meets Ostara taking colored eggs and baked goods to a friend at the time of her child’s birth. Later, Ostara returns to the forest for a private reunion with one who waits there. 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 Ostara's Delight by Elizabeth Rowan Keith

FTL Publications reviewed on Feb. 14, 2021

A delightful short story about the coming of spring and what it means to the natural and magical residents of the birch grove.
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Suzy Stewart Dubot reviewed on April 16, 2017

For a taste of something different, a different way of viewing life, Elizabeth Rowan Keith was able to keep me reading until the end. A charming work.
(reviewed 5 years after purchase)
Margie Byler reviewed on March 26, 2013

I love the grove stories and the descriptions of the new life and love is uplifting and cheerful. 5 stars again or Elizabeth. I look forward to what happens next.
(reviewed 5 days after purchase)
Tracey Howard reviewed on March 21, 2013

Going back to the grove is like visiting a beloved old friend. A wonderful addition to the series
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