According to Let’s Talk About It Radio, “Domestic Violence is a pattern of behavior by one partner against another in an intimate relationship. It is also called domestic abuse,spousal abuse,battering,family violence and intimate partner violence.” A few days ago, Tremayne Moore joined Tamika Sims and Ondrea Davis for an interview by Dyphia Blount and Lovey Shareese.
You can listen to the broadcast below.
The 4th Annual African American Authors Expo
August 16 & 17, 2013
The Crown Plaza Hotel
2001 Greenspring Drive, Timonium, MD 21093
410-252-7373Pat Johnson at 443-421-2070
Just in case you missed the broadcast, you can listen below.
Last Friday, Your Favorite Book Reviewer’s, Favorite Book Reviewer, Mr. Joey Pinkney hosted Tremayne over at his blog for an interview.
Joey Pinkney: Where did you get the inspiration to write Take It From Her: Cautionary Lessons For The Ladies We Love?
Tremayne Moore: The inspiration comes from my interactions with people and observing reality shows. The topics for each poem in this book either come from issues that women have expressed to me that they are concerned about or issue I see women going through.
To read the entire interview, go here.
Tremayne had an opportunity to be interviewed by the one and only Tamika Newhouse—you know BossLady. Check it out below.