‘Black Men Don’t Read’ – Author T.H. Moore

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Author Bio

T.H. Moore was born and lived in Philadelphia until relocating to Camden, New Jersey at the age of ten. Raised as an only child he cultivated an active imagination that led him to write several fictitious stories in secret. Then, finally as an adult working overseas, he was inspired to blend his personal experiences with that imagination. This recipe formulated the blueprint for his debut novel, The End Justifies the Means, published in 2006.

 Ten years later he penned his second novel, The Devil’s Whisper.  This second story is uniquely creative fiction that ventured away from his own personal life experiences. In his latest novel, I AM…, T.H. Moore forces his readers to experience a fictional cultural reckoning spawned by the ingrained cultural bias of corrupt police officers. His hope is that, I AM…, will help usher the unsettling, yet necessary, conversation Americans must have to resolve the strained relationship between law enforcement and the communities they’ve been charged with protecting.

 T.H. Moore is the proud father of one son, an active member of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc., and alumni of Morgan State University in Baltimore, Maryland. He is currently a resident of the D.C. Metro area where he’s now writing the next two installments of The Devil’s Whisper trilogy.

 

 

Black men are reading. Any suggestion otherwise is not only false but also a strategic narrative perpetuated by the plague of white supremacy decimating America. It’s a wicked narrative devoid of morality. It reinforces the unsubstantiated theory that black men are intellectually lazy and inferior. Is it objective? To create dissension through distraction within our community.

As evidence simply observe social media. Countless hours are squandered daily in fruitless cyber “debates”. These wasted hours, once properly reallocated, could define our own strategies that would increase our political and economic market share in our country. Which would ultimately result in the reclamation of the pedestals we once stood upon as the parents of this planet’s original civilization.

 

www.thmoore.com

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