TH Moore I Am Book Feature



Author Bio:

T.H. Moore is a Southwest Philadelphia native who relocated to Camden, New Jersey at the age of ten. He’s an active member of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc., and earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Morgan State University. His career as an Information Technology Consultant and Real-Estate investor has afforded him the opportunity to travel to many countries all over the world as well as the majority of the United States. Blending experience with imagination helped formulate the basis of, and inspired him to write his first novel, The End Justifies the Means.

His second novel, The Devil’s Whisper, is uniquely creative fiction that ventures away from the inspiration of his own life experiences. In The Devil’s Whisper, he dives into a darker set of dual protagonists whose sole objective is to survive the circumstances of the world they live in. T.H. Moore is the proud father of one son, Jason, and currently resides in Virginia, where he is working on the next two installments of The Devil’s Whisper trilogy.


Which five words best describe“I AM…”?

Suspense, Thriller, Literary Fiction, Vigilante


Can you share one highlight from the book? 

Even though this is a fiction story, I incorporate real life instance of police brutality that have happened in America.


What is the purpose of this book?

In my upcoming novel, “I AM…“, I instigate an unsettling conversation America has willfully ignored. That the existence of ingrained cultural bias in our law enforcement system has spawned a cultural reckoning on the verge of eruption. And the consequences of further denial will be equivalent to a seaboard state ignoring the fury of a hurricane barreling towards its shores. Simply stated, ”I AM…”, is a literary warning.


Are there themes that you find turn up again and again in your work? A common thread?

Honestly, each of my three books are distinctly different so no common themes that I’m aware of. I would say a common thread would be the lessons I include in each story. 


Which character or part of the book was the most fun to write? Which part was the hardest?

For me, writing the dialogue gives me the most enjoyment. Coming up with unique voices for each character, especially the main characters, excites me most. 


Can you tell us something that even your most loyal fans may not know about you?

I enjoy going to the ballet.

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