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Arkansas Author: Margie Hart/Carolina Hart

By: 2 February 2011 2 Comments

Margie Hart is Carolina Hart to her growing number of fans. She’s written two books, her first being Midnight In My Dreams, a romance novel; and the second was a collection of poetry called Random Thoughts on Life and Love. Hart recently shared her thoughts on her first writing endeavor. She loves writing and does it a lot to relieve stress. Hart also writes a weekly column where she answers relationship questions for anyone who writes to her via her email address ( This column is currently being published in the Petersburg Harold, which is a weekly newspaper in Petersburg, Tenn.

Name: Margie C. Hart writing as Carolina Hart

Title of Book: Midnight In My Dreams

Publisher: Publish America, Frederick, MD

Target audience: Primarily adult females captivated by sensual romance

Tell us about your book, what’s it about?


“Caroline Harp reluctantly agrees to move from the home she loves into the Swiss Village retirement community. Since the death of her husband, Caroline’s sons have worried about her living alone. Although she misses the companionship of her husband, she yearns for the one man she had to let go a quarter of a century before. A man she could never have; the one man who would always have her heart.

“Allen Haines sees a vision from twenty-five years ago enter the lobby. Can it be true? Is this really the woman he loves, but lost? With his failing vision, he wonders if his mind is playing tricks on him. No! Allen feels her essence and knows it is the keeper of his heart…it is his Caroline.

“Travel with Caroline and Allen as they relive their first chance encounter. Feel the growing friendship and romantic passion that forever bonds their hearts together. Journey with them as they discover it’s never too late for eternal love.”

Tell us about the process you went through to write this book including research, time, etc.:

I have written poetry and short stories since I was a teenager. I started writing romantic stories that eventually lead to my first manuscript and then a future manuscript that was actually published.  I am a romantic at heart and read a great deal of passionate fiction. Writing amorous literature comes naturally for me.

What was the inspiration to write this book?

I am very dreamy romantic and also have a vivid imagination. Part of my inspiration for this book began when I purchased a very beautiful handmade wooden chest that had a carving on the front. The carving was a cabin surrounded by pine trees, it had a pathway to the door and there was “smoke” coming from the chimney. It was charming and quixotic. I stared at it and my mind just wove an intricate love story about the person carving in the wood. Once the characters are on the paper, they really take over and tell their own story! I find myself typing faster and faster to find out what happens next!

What was your goal in writing this book and what do you hope readers gain from it?

This book was done for pure pleasure. If this book makes people smile or find a renewed faith in romance and love…. Then I’m very happy! It is not your ordinary love story. It is a taboo tale of people falling in love who are married to others. It’s about the tough decisions they made and the impact it had on the rest of their lives.

Where is the book available to purchase?

Anyone who would like an autographed copy can contact me at and I’ll work out payment and mailing arrangements for them. They may also be ordered through and

About: Jamie Smith:
Experienced reporter who is now an entrepreneur. Jamie's Notebook offers writing services including press releases, corporate blogging and feature writing.


  • Buddy said:

    That’s an expert answer to an insrietteng question

  • http://www./ said:

    même le crime parfait c’est d’ailleurs ce qui fait vivre les avocats …voir de la beauté où il n’y a que vices et perversités est une maladie mentale largement répandue chez les avocats, ça s’appelle le syndrôme de Stockolm.

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