Author. Speaker. One dope mama.
Here’s the Tee…
Tanisia “Tee” Moore is a revered voice of African American storytelling. She is the author of After the Storm, an inspiring tale of redemption, restoration, and revelation. For Tee, writing is her avenue for giving hope, sharing life’s lessons, and sparking imaginations. Known affectionately as “your family’s favorite author”, Tee writes uplifting work for all ages which includes but is not limited to, children’s picture books, fun middle grade novels, young adult novels and adult romance novels. She has work published in the Alabama News, Medium, and Readers Digest and a TEDx talk on motherhood and entrepreneurship. Her work speaks from the soul, tapping into unknown worlds to give her community a new perspective – a passion that permeates outside of her love for writing.
Tee is a proud alumna of Clark Atlanta University—where she majored in Mass Media Arts with a concentration in radio— and Florida A&M University College of Law. When Tee isn’t putting pen to paper, she co-owns and operates Moore Legal Solutions, LLC (d/b/a Moore and Young Legal Solutions), a virtual boutique law firm. With her unique understanding of the eclectic and imaginative nature of creatives, she assists clients in protecting their art (written, painted, recorded, etc.).
Originally from Southern California, Tee now lives in the southern belle state of Alabama where she is a loving, compassionate (and sometimes crazy) wife and mother.
To read Tee’s work, visit https://linktr.ee/moteellc.
Where I Speak on It
Mo’ Tee Please: My Blog
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People are so fickle. One minute people love you and the next minute they hate you. It doesn’t take much for people to change their minds about you. It can be so quick the way they do it. On Monday, they will love you to life and by Thursday, you’ll be invisible to them. Why am I talking about this? I’m bringing light to this to remind you that sometimes you just can’t live up to people’s expectations, and that’s okay.Let me say that again: you can NOT always live up to other people’s
Listen… I’m going to cut to the chase on this here blog post today. I have a vent. Ready or not here I go.People love to impose their beliefs, thoughts, and fears upon you. I have some stories but at the risk of being found out, I will refrain from giving a personal account today. A great deal of what I have dealt with when it comes to fears and issues I face have come through the spoken words of someone else. A friend or family member, these are the worst offenders, is often the person to
Y’all, life happens. So, here I am sharing what’s happened over the last couple of weeks. Okay…charge it to my head and not my heart. Also, remember I #gotkids, so life is an adventure every single day. But I digress.July was Mental Health Month. During the month of July, I took a few planned and impromptu vacations. I realized how refreshing these vacations were. Even with kids in tow, I was able to recenter, recharge, and regain my balance. It’s something about being able to be unplugged and
Yep, you read that right. I have a therapist. I re-entered therapy after I gave birth to my second daughter. I felt as if a bout of depression was upon me, and I wanted to deal with it before it dealt with me.Anxiety. Sadness. Frustration. Every day after the delivery. I knew I needed to reach out to someone as I was beginning to understand how unhealthy my thoughts toward my family, myself, and my children were.Relaunched law firm. New baby. Now, two babies. Wife. Daughter.What the hell was I
Sydney turned 3.OMG. I can’t believe this.My 7 week early preemie is 3.My answered prayer in human form is 3.My baby who needed extra cuddles and loving is 3.In these 3 years, things have changed. Our lives are different. Add in the new baby, and our life as a family looks starkly different than it did in 2014.Motherhood just might have snatched my edges in the last 3 years. Literally and figuratively.Motherhood just might have made me rethink my WHOLE life in the last 3 years.However, none of
A little Moore Tee…
- Gradute of Clark Atlanta University and Florida A&M University College of Law
- Member of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.
- Former radio personality for WSTU 98.1 FM (Nisia Skyy the fly diva of the airways)
- Loathes all things that slither, creep, and crawl
- Sang to win tickets to an Usher concert (won them!)
- Routinely hides snacks in the house
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