Australian author, Hannah Currie, loves God, family, people (in small numbers, let’s not go crazy here!) and writing. A book nerd from birth, she knows firsthand the difference a good book can make in a person’s life. Even, and especially, fiction. Her dream as a writer is to make people laugh, cry and maybe even swoon a little but mostly to remind them that no matter how dark life may get at times, because of God, there is always hope.
She and her husband live with their three adorable kids in sunny Queensland, where it really is beautiful one day and perfect the next. Except, maybe, during heatwaves. They’re not so fun.
And now you have the official, somewhat serious bio, here are some other random facts about me.
- I hate coffee. Not sure if that disqualifies me from being a ‘real’ author or not but it’s true. Hot chocolates and chai lattes, on the other hand, are amazingly good. Tea is still being debated.
- I’m one of ten kids and absolutely love it. Yes, we all have the same parents. Yes, I know all their names. No, I’m not Catholic. Yes, we had a tv. No, we weren’t homeschooled.
- I don’t like cliffhangers. Mainly because I have super vivid dreams and tend to dream up endings if it’s not finished, which, depending on the book, aren’t always fun to ‘live’. So – especially with fantasy, sci-fi and dystopian, who are prone to cliffhangers – I will often wait until the whole series is published before starting it.
- I love baking but hate cooking dinners. I think it’s something to do with the fact that, regardless of whether I feel like it or not, people still have to eat. Every single day. No pressure or anything.
- My debut novel, Heart of a Royal, came about because of a series of books I wasn’t quite ready to end, the sister I shared them with and a dream I had one night.
Anything else you want to know? Feel free to send me a message. I love chatting with other readers 🙂
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