Yecheilyah Ysrayl Author, Poet, Blogger, Book Reviewer


My name is Yecheilyah (e-see-lee-yah) but everyone calls me EC for short. I am a thinker sitting quietly in the corner reading a book, listening, or observing the people and space around me. I enjoy laughing, movie nights, and good, fruitful conversation. I seek to provoke thought among the limited ways we tend to think and feel, and to inspire others the same as others have inspired me.

Yecheilyah - pronounced e-see-lee-yah, from Yecheil meaning Yah Khai > Yah Lives*

*Yah is the proper name for the most high and Yahoshua is the proper name of his son.*



Yecheilyah (e-see-lee-yah, affectionately nicknamed EC) is an Author, Blogger, Poet, and Book Reviewer who lives in Marietta, GA. She has been writing for ten years and has Independently Published two novels, three novellas, one screenplay and four collections of poetry. She enjoys helping other writers through her blog. As a Book Reviewer Yecheilyah has reviewed over 30 books and was named among Reedy's Best Book Review Blogs of 2017 and 2018 and is a member of A Writers Path Writer’s Club. Yecheilyah is the founder of Literary Korner Publishing and The PBS Blog. She studied Professional and Technical Writing at Chicago State University, Computer Basics at Robert Morris College and Medical Assistance at Everest College. When she’s not writing, Yecheilyah is teaching and spending time with her lovely family.



My motto in life is to "Paint poetic justice against the backdrop of heavy keystrokes". To paint poetic justice means to use my writing as an underground railroad to freedom. If people can't be liberated in their own lives, I hope that my books can provide a road-map. Of course, this isn't easy to do considering the heavy misinformation, deception, and religious ideologies that have enslaved us for so long. These are the heavy keystrokes. - Yecheilyah

 Copyright © 2017. Yecheilyah Ysrayl

Copyright © 2017. Yecheilyah Ysrayl

“I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.”
— Maya Angelou