Yule Fire by Stephen B. Pearl

in Yule

A modern fantasy, romantic short story about love, loss and hope, the circle of life, continued from the Samhain anthology.

Published by and for sale at Pagan Writers Press.

ISBN-13: 978-0984680023, eISBN-13: 978-0984680030.

34 authors, 48 chapters, 16 articles, 21 poems, 6 songs, 4 short stories, 161 pages.

A pagan anthology celebrating Yule, articles, poetry and short stories.

Yule book cover - anthology, short stories, poetry, articles


     Yule Fire continues the story Sorrow's End, from the Samhain anthology.

     Richard and Sally spend Yule together and seek the reassurance and courage to move on and find love together in the flames of the sacred fire.

Book Cover

     Come out of the snow and pull up a chair by the roaring fire! The Wheel has turned once more as we look to the morning sky, eyes waiting to welcome the reborn sun.

     Yule, also known as the Winter Solstice, was an indication to our early ancestors that the long winter was half over and that they needed to start looking toward the spring planting season. Modern-day celebrants of this sacred Sabbat exchange gifts, feast, and spend time with friends and family.

     Pagan Writers Presents Yule is a collection of articles, poetry, songs, and short stories. Thirty-four Pagan writers have come together to express how we celebrate the holiday, to share their thoughts and feelings, and to entertain with stories that take place on or around the Winter Solstice.