Tremayne Moore discussed mental illness on Let’s Talk About It Radio. As a childhood sexual abuse survivor, Moore now advocates on behalf of voiceless victims so that one day they will have the courage to speak for themselves.
Listen to the show here: http://fccdl.in/X2MoFUqOH
Tremayne Moore and Cynthia Portalatin discussed successful book promotional events at the July Tallahassee Authors Network meeting.
- How to determine if you should plan your event or participate in one?
- What are your promotional goals?
- What is your budget?
- Should you participate locally? Should you travel?
- And, much more?
I received feedback from the students I spoke to at FAMU last month. Seeing how sharing my story affected them makes me emotional. You can read two of the cards that touched me below:
If you’d like to book me for a discussion about Deaf, Dumb, Blind & Stupid: Michael Anderson’s Fight for Life or about childhood sexual abuse, domestic violence, PTSD or Asperger’s syndrome, please do not hesitate to contact me at this form.
Just in case you missed it, you can click on the picture above or this link to hear Tremayne talk about “What Men Need to Heal If They’re Suffering in Silence.”
Apostle Janet Clary and Pastor Shantae Charles were both gracious hosts. Thanks for having Tremayne on the show and exposing what happens after a man has gone through difficult times.
Please check out Tremayne over on the Break Every Chain Blog. The blogger Jean Marie even excerpts his poem Who Will Cry and pairs it with a telling image. Go by the website and check it out.
Tremayne Moore will be a featured author at this year’s African American Author’s Expo. If you are in the Maryland Area, plan to attend.
Join Tremayne at Take Back the Night. He will share his story of survival and hope.
Tremayne Moore will be discussing sexual abuse prevention and awareness at First Baptist Church of Crawfordville. Please visit the WakullanNews.com for more information.