About

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Tannika Moore is a writer, a poet, an editor, and an educator. She is a firm believer that there are two things people can’t take from you, and that is your education and faith, which are major focuses in her career and life.

Besides helping underprivileged youth prepare for college, she has written for her alma mater. She has also written as well as edited for a blog and organization dedicated towards empowering women. Tannika teaches Sunday school and also writes poems and skits for special events at her church of fellowship.

She has a Bachelor’s of Arts in English: Professional & Technical Writing. Her favorite genre of writing is poetry and she has self-published two poetry books titled Setting The Captive Free and Wearing Someone Else’s Shoes Ain’t Never Been Me. Tannika has edited various works from research papers to web content.

She loves words and how they are beautiful tools to display life and creativity. Her writing began at the age of 11/12 as a way of expression and release. She encourages writers to not only write to release but to learn about themselves and the world around them as well as find and strengthen their voices. She often can’t sit still but looks forward to someday sitting in a comfty sun-lighted book nook overlooking a sandy beach, enjoying steak tacos and a chocolate chip frap while reading or writing. Tannika resides with her family outside of Chicago.

ABOUT THE SITE

STCF Poetry & Moore is committed to helping you pursue your purpose and providing you encouragement towards truly walking in the freedom, our Savior, Jesus has provided. STCF Poetry & Moore outlines the experiences, observations, and exhortations of Tannika Moore and sometimes guests through poetry and more. STCF Poetry & Moore is also a site to encourage writers and creativity. So welcome and put your shoes on honey. Our journey awaits!

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2 thoughts on “About

  1. Thank you so much for sharing.

    Best wishes

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