Author. Speaker. One dope mama.
Here’s the Tee…
I remember the first time I put pen to paper. I was six-years-old and had received my first diary. You would be surprised at what all a six-year-old has to say.
From my diary to writing my first novel, writing has always been my first love. I love being able to get lost in my characters and create a fictional world that my readers want to take up residence.
When I’m not writing or have my head in a book, I’m a managing attorney for a virtual law firm, Moore and Young Legal Solutions. Together with my law partner, we serve our clients in the areas of trademark, copyright, and business transactions.
I also created an adoption organization called, Not Your Average Adoption. Through my organization, I offer resources, online training, and support for first families, adoptees, and adoptive/foster families.
But the ultimate role that I love is being a wife and a mother. My husband and I have three children and three fur babies.
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 thingss that slithers, creeps, and crawls.
- Member of SCBWI (Southern Breeze Regional Chapter)
- 12x12PB 2020 Participant
Grab your copy of After the Storm!
“This book is a page turner. I read it in 24 hours because I could not put it down. The writing is vivid. I can picture every character and scene in my head as I am reading. There was the right amount of drama to keep you engaged until the very end. Great read.”
EXPECT THE UNEXPECTED
“This was a read for pleasure for me. I love reading! This author had me alive with the characters. I love novels that have unexpected twists and creative story lines, this definitely did. There are several twists that I wasn’t expecting at all. This book’s story line could definitely be a movie. The sequel is a must read for me. Highly recommend.”
Want a sneak peek?
As soon as we walked in the house, we were greeted by smells of honey glazed turkey, collard greens, black eye peas, candied yams, macaroni and cheese, cornbread, rolls, and red velvet cake. It was not unusual to have our Sunday dinners catered, but there was usually enough to feed four to six people. This time it looked as if we were going to be feeding at least 20…
Because we all need a little a inspiration…
The Balancing Act: Being a mother, wife and a lawyer. The courage and audacity to continue in spite of the many trials.