Q&A With Dani Hart
Please welcome, author Dani Hart!
What’s one thing people should know and/or don’t know about you?
I used to be a punk skateboarder who wore oversized clothes. Not my best fashion look over the years. Something maybe you should know is I’m bipolar and so if I ever disappear periodically on social media it’s more than likely because I’m dealing with an episode.
Is there a character that has the most “You” in them? Or the opposite of you?
A Firefighter’s Flame definitely has the most of me since it’s loose autobiography of my relationship with my husband as well as my struggle with bipolar. But all of my main characters have some part of me in them.
If we lived in a Fahrenheit 451 culture, which book would you want to memorize?
OMG that book and Go Ask Alice are my all time favorite books from my teens. I met Ray Bradbury when he came to my high school (obviously eons ago!). Amazing! In fact, oddly enough that book is inspiring elements of the world I am creating for the Urban Fantasy series 5 LIVES. I can only hope to ever be as great of a world builder as him! SQUIRREL! I totally didn’t answer your question. It’s hard to pick a book. Every book I love embeds something in me whether it be a new ideal, perspective, etc., so I think as long as I have that ability to let someone else’s thoughts effect me I will never need to memorize any.
Has anyone written a fan fiction based on your work?
bahahahaha no. I wish. LOL! Maybe one day I’ll inspire that much in someone. Then I know I’ve truly made it, right?!
Thank you Dani, for taking the time to answer our questions. 🙂
In the aftermath of destruction, hearts were destroyed, strengths were stripped, and vulnerabilities were exposed.
A community was ripped apart after a tragic accident, and the loss hit one family particularly hard as it claimed the lives of three, leaving only one surviving member to pick up the pieces and move forward.
Baylor’s life was wiped clean in the blink of an eye. No family, no home, no name. That is, until she met Brandt. He took a chance, giving her hope and a reason to start over. A reason to rebuild a life full of forgotten memories. A reason to trust. A reason to love.
Finding love in all the right places should be easy, but when truths are revealed, it's anything but. Brandt will help her rediscover the true meaning of unconditional eternal love that will prove painful, life altering, and redeeming.
Together, they will try to face the future and will use each other’s strengths to learn how to live again. Can they rewrite history, or in the end, will the tragedies of their pasts be too much?