JoeyPinkney.com Exclusive Interview
5 Minutes, 5 Questions With…
Sereniti Hall, author of Still Feenin’
(Wahida Clark Presents)
In the first novel, the main character is fighting a crack addiction. Still Feenin’ takes it to another level. In SF, she still has her temptations for crack, but she wants more out of life than what her past provided her.
Tanisha wants to be independent and maintain her sobriety. She also wants real love and friendship. SF shows how you can look for love and friends often in the wrong places. As humans, we take that chance and have to find out the hard way that every friendship is not worth pursuing.
Tanisha learns this quickly after being so naïve. Because of her past, she’s forced to fight for what she believes in while trying to keep the monkey and the haters off her back.
Joey Pinkney: Where did you get the inspiration to write Still Feenin’?
Sereniti Hall: After I’d written my first novel, Feenin’, with the inspiration of my mom, my daughters, and reading Wahida’s Payback is a Mutha and Continue reading 5 Minutes, 5 Questions With… Sereniti Hall, author of Still Feenin’