Author Tanisia “Tee” Moore On The Main Empowering Messages She Wants Readers To Take From Her Writing

Authority Magazine Editorial Staff
Authority Magazine
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8 min readDec 17, 2020

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Patience: whether you will indie publish, traditionally publish, or do a hybrid, you will have to be patient with the process. For those looking to indie publish, you will need to be patient with your sales as you launch. Make sure that you set goals for yourself and understand how to market your book. In the case of those who may want to publish traditionally, it will be taking the time to research literary agents, learning about the publishing industry, and understanding that everything moves slowly in publishing!

As part of my interview series on the five things you need to know to become a great author, I had the pleasure of interviewing Tanisia “Tee” Moore.

Tee Moore holds many titles- attorney, author, and public speaker. But her favorite title is mommy. When she is not busy convincing her little humans to eat dinner, she can be found typing away on her next book or simply taking a nap.

Thank you so much for joining us! Can you share a story about what brought you to this particular career path?

Hi! Thank you for having me. As cliché as it may seem, I have been writing since I was about five or six years old. I received my first journal and would write about anything that was bothering a kid of that age. As I got older and began to think of what type of career, I wanted for myself, becoming a full-time author wasn’t on my list. I ended up practicing law, but the writing was always in the back of my mind. Naturally, I have to write a lot as part of my profession, but creative writing has ever had my heart. That is not to say that I’m not happy that I became an attorney because it has helped to lay the foundation for me to transition into writing full-time.

But I would be remiss not to credit my children. They are the real reason for me taking the giant leap of faith into writing full time. They are my muses…

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