Miriam Yvette is a storyteller. She began writing stories in sixth-grade and spent the next six years writing romance and fantasy. Her early fondness of crows at the age of thirteen led to her nickname ‘crow.’ Miriam likes to go birdwatching and study corvids for the Black Wings series. She calls her husband her yellow warbler and her daughter, her little crow.
When did you first start writing?
I wrote my first story in sixth grade, it was my renaissance era where I started to ponder about myself, my likes, dislikes and it's really where I planted my first seed to write creatively for the sake of telling a story.
What is the greatest joy of writing for you?
I'm never short of smiling when I gained a reader, I love to write--period, so writing itself is already a joy, but having readers who enjoy them? Now that's the cherry on top.