Sad Reneé is a philanthropist. She advocates for mental health, the LGBT community, black and brown lives, and children with incarcerated parents. Sad Reneé currently resides in her birthplace of Houston, Texas where she found her love for writing and art.
PWH: What sparked your interest in writing?
SR: Writing has always been apart of me. It’s been such a crucial part of my survival. Writing has saved my life and continues to do so today.
PWH: How would you describe your writing style?
SR: I feel that my style would best be described as dark poetry.
PWH: What was the passion behind your book “I’m Happy?”
SR: Well, “I’m Happy” is about my journey as I attempt to remove my mask of false happiness. Acknowledging my traumas has not been an easy task. This is my journey as I realize that it’s ok to not be ok.
PWH: What message do you hope readers gain when reading your work?
SR: I want to inspire healing. I want my readers to be able to vulnerable and honest with themselves that they have no choice but to be conscious of their triggers and began to work through them.
To connect with Sad Renee Visit https://www.sadreneewrites.com/