Tamika Murray

Writer, Copywriter

A social writer, who utilizes the spoken and written word to build rapport, calm chaos, and encourage change.

Tamika's love of writing appeared early on. Her first article was printed in the Press of Atlantic City when she was 15 years old. Tamika brings over ten years of experience helping adolescents, children, and families whether in the classroom, in the social work field, or on a department store sales floor. Her work has appeared in Blogger News Network, Coed.com and PJ's and a Movie. However, she has written countless case notes during her time as a social worker. She enjoys assisting others in resolving their life and writing issues which included 4 years as an Adjunct English Instructor at the Atlantic Cape Community College. Her well-rounded career contributes to her ability to write about education, developing a budget, children, adolescents, families in crises, and retail. In her spare time, Tamika enjoys being an Astrologer, reading, writing her first non-fiction book due for publication in 2019, and spending time with family, friends and “fur babies”.
Content Types
Article, Blog Post
More Information
Stockton University, English Literature
Stockton University, Social Work
Seaside Heights, NJ USA|English

Published Content

Blog Post
Cry it Out! With The Way We Were.

A film review about The Way We Were focusing on the value of watching it during a break up.

January, 18 2008
Blog Post
Growing Up Is Hard To Do In The Adventures Of Sebastian Cole

A film review about The Adventures of Sebastian Cole.

February, 23 2008
The Press of Atlantic City-Generation Next

Samples of my concert and film reviews for the Press of Atlantic City.

February, 7 2010
Blog Post
1 user commented in " Mother’s Diet May Determine Baby’s Gender "

An article discussing whether a mother's diet may impact her baby's gender.

April, 24 2008
Blog Post
No user commented in " Debate over Algebra II requirement comes to the New Jersey Statehouse "

An overview of the debate over whether Algebra II should be a requirement t New Jersey high school students.

January, 31 2009
Blog Post
2 users commented in " Bebe Moore Campbell Writes About African-Americans and Bipolar-Disorder "

A brief piece about author Bebe Moore Campbell and her struggle with Bipolar-Disorder from a citizen's perspective.

April, 16 2008
Website Copy
How to Protect Your Privates From An STD Invasion

Short but informative content providing recommendations for protection against Sexually Transmitted Diseases.

April, 17 2010
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