Shadahyah Elizabeth


Hi my name is Shadahyah. I was born and raised in Saint Louis, Missouri. I have always been the creative type, with an interest in music, acting, photograph, and writing; pretty much anything that allowed me to express myself in a unique way. I first began writing when I was twelve years old. In the beginning it was just something to do with my sisters; however, as time went by, I began to really enjoy it, and found myself losing time because of how engulfed I was in the creation of a story. Since then I have written hundreds of stories, with my latest one being one of the first I have ever shared with the world.

Smashwords Interview

When did you first start writing?
I was 12 years old. My sisters and I would make up stories and act them out. Then we would write down new ideas of what we can do the next day; after a while I just started writing and couldn't stop. I found myself more engulfed with the world I had created on paper, than our stories and the ideas just kept coming.
What is your writing process?
I don't really have a writing process. Most of the time an idea just comes to me, and a few hours later, I have a story.
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Smashwords book reviews by Shadahyah Elizabeth

  • Yetunde: An Ode to My Mother on April 28, 2016

    This story took a while for me to get through. Not because it is a bad story; on the contray, the writer did an excellent job capturing the moment. I could see everything as I read, which is what makes me want to read a story. My five year old nephew said that his favorite part of the book was the baby language which he called Spanish. He also liked the fact that a baby was telling the story although he said that "babies can't talk, that's impossible." What made it hard was the talk of death. The way the author captured the emotions that the mother displayed and the words she said, were my own thoughts about my dad and that made me sad. Despite that, I would gladly read it again after i get over my intial emotions.