Category Archive: Book Preview

Joyride — The Book Begins

Limited tickets are available for the Joyride Book Release Event at Agave Real in Katy, Texas. PURCHASE NOW.    Join us in celebrating the release of Frank Hart’s much anticipated memoir, Joyride, A Beginning in Every End. Hosted by Matt Popovits, Joyride – The Live Show, promises to be an evening filled with infectious laughter, …

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JOYRIDE: A Beginning In Every End

FrankHart.com is excited to announce Frank’s book, JOYRIDE, is now available for order! Stay tuned for upcoming book signings and events. Order Book Here! I have some big news. I spent three years writing a book and it’s available for order! Here is a blurb to entice you to read the book: There are a lot …

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Does Everyone Know God?

Everyone knows God. Even smartie-pants teenage boys who walk around pretending to be atheists when they are fourteen-years-old. Growing up in the 70s, I had only seen the church from the outside of the stained glass windows. I thought all the people inside were victims of group hypnosis, an elaborate prank they had played on …

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Atomic Opera acoustic Radio Performance

I ‘m going through video tapes of Atomic Opera as I am writing my first book “Search For The Remarkable.” In part, the book will tell the story of forming, recording and touring with the band. In 1994 we were touring the U.S. as the opening act for Dio. Occasionally, we would pick up shows on …

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Raw Slice of Book #3 “Finding A Church in Houston”

Kim and I had visited a few churches since moving to Houston, but although most of them were fine—they just served to make me angry. My gag reflex for whatever looked like fake, saccharine sweet church-ianity had become so sensitive that I could hardly even walk into one on a Sunday morning. We still wanted …

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Raw Slice of Book #2 “RainDog and DemonPup”

RainDog, our big black chow got pregnant. We had bought her in Missouri just after we moved into our second trailer home. Chows are very protective dogs, so she helped us feel a little more safe living in a sketchy neighborhood of the big city—especially the times when Kim was alone. RainDog was a fantastic pet, …

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Raw Slice of Book #1 – Hello Texas!

It was late December so Kim and I went to Illinois for Christmas, and tried explaining to our family why it was a good idea to move to the wild, wild west to be rock stars. Jobs? No, we didn’t have jobs lined up. Money? No, we didn’t have any savings. Where will we live? …

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