You are on page 1of 7

Bio

3 4 5

Current Project: Pieces of Me: Finding Heather Jones

Current Project: Deaf, Dumb, Blind & Stupid: Michael Anderson’s Fight for Life The Take It From Series Q&A 7 6

Booking & Media Relations
Dorsey Group, LLC
Client Representative: Makasha eMail: info@DGPRwire.com Phone: 334.246.1170

Dorsey

For more information about Tremayne, please visit

www.Maynetre.com

www.maynetre.com

2

Tremayne Moore is the founder of Mayntre Manuscripts, LLC, a publishing company with a vision of writing to write the broken soul. Like the one in six men who were sexually abused before the age of sixteen, Moore knows what it feels like to be broken. Molested by a close family member, Tremayne spent much of his childhood in fear and yearning for someone to take his side. Never dreaming of becoming a writer, he aspired to sing and be a guest performer on Soul Train. As a child, Tremayne loved to sing and read. At the tender age of nine, he tried his hand at writing but he didn’t believe it made sense so he stopped. Several years later, a family member, who was focused on becoming a rapper, encouraged Tremayne to write as he worked on his own songs as a way to keep Moore out of his hair. While he felt rap was vulgar, Moore tried to blend in. Eventually, he stopped using offensive language. Soon after, a close friend introduced him to poetry—that medium was more appealing to him and he embraced it. After writing a poem with the classmate who introduced him to poetry, he accepted his gift and began to write what was in his heart. Poetic prose flowed fluidly from Tremayne’s pen, providing a release for pain, a way to celebrate love, and the foundation for his life as a writer. Still, it had not been revealed to him that God would use his writing gift to help others. Life progressed and writing was placed on the back burner. Around 2004 or 2005, Tremayne returned from his writing hiatus. At this time, two sisters in Christ prophetically spoke these words to Tremayne: “I have a vision. You will write something that will change someone's life, or even be quoted till the end of time.” Again, he didn’t think anything of it, even though numerous people encouraged him to put a book together. Tremayne was focused on writing to be a blessing to someone. In 2009, Tremayne released Take it from Me, which pushed him into his prophetic destiny. Many lives have been blessed through the poetry God gives to Tremayne to write. His prayer is that the people he reaches will be led to open their hearts to the Holy Spirit and that people pursue their passions and talent for the Glory of God. He wants all people to be propelled into their prophetic destinies, living blessed, highly favored, and empowered to prosper under His hand. Tremayne is committed to educate youth, parents, pastors, and community members concerning child sexual abuse/teenage suicide through social media and community involvement. Moore holds a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from Florida A&M University and a Bachelor of Science in Management Information Systems from Florida State University. His book “Deaf, Dumb, Blind & Stupid: Michael Anderson’s Fight for Life” was listed on OOSA Bookclub’s The Best of 2012. Learn more about Tremayne: http://www.maynetre.com/ Follow him on Twitter: @Mayntre Like him on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AuthorTremayneMoore

www.maynetre.com

3

“I learned that sex could get me out of trouble, no matter if it deadened my soul…” - Heather Jones
Heather Jones is in search of something. A sexual abuse survivor, Heather finds herself in the midst of a women’s conference sharing her story, while struggling to allow her true self the freedom to emerge. Will Heather break free of her current chains or will she find herself still bound after the conference? Paperback: 70 pages| Publisher: Maynetre Manuscripts, LLC ISBN-13: 978-0-9854463-8-3

Key Selling Points
Encourages the abused to move on and get help.  Tackles domestic violence in the church.  Gives readers ways to be accountable to those being abused.

About the Author
Tremayne Moore is the founder of Mayntre Manuscripts, LLC, a publishing company with a vision of writing to right the broken soul. Tremayne is committed to educate youth, parents, pastors, and community members concerning child sexual abuse/ teenage suicide through social media and community involvement. Moore holds a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from Florida A&M University and a Bachelor of Science in Management Information Systems from Florida State University. His book “Deaf, Dumb, Blind & Stupid: Michael Anderson’s Fight for Life” was listed on OOSA Bookclub’s The Best of 2012. Learn more about Tremayne at http://www.maynetre.com/.

www.maynetre.com

4

“Tremayne keeps it real on what’s going on in our homes, at our churches, in our relationships and on our jobs…” - FlyeBooks Review Deaf, Dumb, Blind & Stupid is a novel that addresses child physical/sexual abuse as well as teenage suicide. Deaf, Dumb, Blind & Stupid is how Michael Anderson saw the world. Who would hear his cry for help? His death would shake a congregation.
Paperback: 112 pages| Publisher: Maynetre Manuscripts, LLC ISBN-13: 978-0985446345

Key Selling Points
Compels readers to decidedly speak up in instances of abuse or wrong doing.  Sheds light on teenage suicide and the indicators of potentially suicidal children.  Provides resources for the abused.

About the Author
Tremayne Moore is the founder of Mayntre Manuscripts, LLC, a publishing company with a vision of writing to right the broken soul. Tremayne is committed to educate youth, parents, pastors, and community members concerning child sexual abuse/ teenage suicide through social media and community involvement. Moore holds a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from Florida A&M University and a Bachelor of Science in Management Information Systems from Florida State University. His book “Deaf, Dumb, Blind & Stupid: Michael Anderson’s Fight for Life” was listed on OOSA Bookclub’s The Best of 2012. Learn more about Tremayne at http://www.maynetre.com/.

www.maynetre.com

5

“You [Tremayne] must have poetry seeping through your pores.”
– Kami Hayes

Take it from Me
In his first poetic release, Tremayne Moore takes you by the heart, soul and spirit. Experience the power of poetry through this thoughtprovoking, life changing book.

Tremayne “keeps it real” on what's going on in our homes, at our churches, in our relationships, and on our jobs, and he offers a simple solution to rectifying these issues: acceptance of God’s Love!
- Tonya Blake of Flye Books

Take it from Her
In his second poetic release, Tremayne takes ladies by the heart and their stiletto heels! Experience the power of poetry that speaks to the trials, tests, and triumphs of every woman. This is a must read for the men who love you!

“Take It from Him demystifies and exposes the depth of the male psyche at the same time.”
-Shantae A. Charles, Author of the Church Love Novel Series

Take it from Him
In his final release in the “Take it From” series, poet Tremayne Moore rips the masks off masculinity! This thought provoking look into the mind of manhood will have brothers rolling up their sleeves and sisters taking a deeper look at the men they know and love! Tremayne addresses the determined man, the tired man, the loving man, the real man, and more. Whether you're blue collar, white collar, clergy collar, or no collar at all, this Word is for you!

www.maynetre.com

6

What is your overall message/theme in writing? The overall theme in my writing encompasses an empathetic passion to encourage and inspire hurting souls. My hope is that others come to know that there is life after painful circumstances and that life can be filled with love and abundant blessings. What would you like readers to take from your writing? My ultimate goal is to take my readers on a journey where they visualize my story, live in it and connect with the characters. Really, I want my readers to experience what I write being so moved by the content that they ask themselves how can I make my life and the lives of others better. What personal principles do you live by? I believe that being better is a collective journey. Therefore, I strive to be a person with a spirit of love, who is joyful and peace seeking. I try to enhance the lives of those around me by being a listening ear, a shoulder to lean on, and an intercessor who prays daily on behalf of others. I’ve been through a lot and know how it feels to endure and carry pain alone. If a person much travel a journey physically alone, he should know that someone is praying on his behalf or know that God is always with them.

www.maynetre.com

7