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Lawrence E Hinchee

Lawrence E Hinchee
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I was born and raised in Roanoke, VA. I lived in Denver, CO for twenty-eight years. I earned my MBA in Accounting and Finance from Regis University.

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Silent Cries: A Memoirby Brent SeheultBiographies & Memoirs

Lawrence E Hinchee interview On 12, May 2020

"Lawrence E Hinchee was born and raised in Roanoke, VA. The author suffered unbelievable atrocities. He writes openly about his abuse in his memoir, Silent Cries. Brent is an extreme example of enduring life's trauma and still finding that love exists despite the horrors of this world."
Born and raised in Roanoke, VA, which is your favorite childhood memory?

The feeling of small town America, the tranquility and of course my favorite land mark the Star. The dogwood trees blooming in the spring and the fall colors of the Blue Ridge Parkway.

You’re a new addition to the crayon box. What color would you be and why?

Dark red, it is a beautiful color and if you that during the fall on the parkway you would understand. It is deep and rich in color.

Who all are a part of your family? How critical are they of your writing?

Most of the people I wrote about are dead. Just my siblings and I. My mother and I haven't spoken in years. My ex-wife well what can I say!

They don't know I wrote a book. My ex read certain portions of the book so now our relationship is like it was the day she left.

How has your MBA in Accounting and Finance from Regis University helped you in your writing?

My MBA helped immensely finally put to use the skills used for all of my term papers I had to write. The Accounting portion means I can do my own books and taxes, but also lets me know my weak areas to seek help in.

What is the most difficult thing about writing a memoir?

The memories and living them again especially with the abuse I suffered as a child.

How were you first introduced to writing?

In the academic setting. As a teen I said I was going to write a book later in life.

How challenging it was to write your first memoir, Silent Cries?

It was very challenging,

How do you deal with the emotional impact of a book on yourself as you are writing the story?

I was drained on some nights as I wrote my book, but in reading the reviews it was worth it.

When are you most satisfied with a book or piece of writing?

I hardly read but I still enjoy history based auto biographies. I am satisfied with my writing when my editor has little to do. Do you often edit things OUT of your books? I did for this one as it was a learning experience,

When you're running low on ideas, what do you do or who do you talk to for inspiration?

I will read through some of my edited material to see if I can build upon that into a story.

What is your definition of literary success?

I would say getting published. But that's not the reason for my book it's meant to help today's youth realize they aren't alone like I was. If I keep one kid from killing themselves due to their sexuality then this was worth the effort.

In what ways are you trying to spread awareness among people related to the entire COVID-19 situation?

I am at home most of the time due to lack of work. I am promoting my book more until I return.

Are there any stories you're working on that you want to share with the world in the near future?

Yes I am working on expanding the stories of my relationships I had with some adult lovers.

What is something that people don’t usually know about being an author?

It is harder than it really is, more expensive than expected but it's well worth the effort.

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      • I wrote some for the elementary school newspaper. I also kept small journals here and there. I also found my letters to my grandmother I had written which became the basis for some of my book. I also wrote my book after a young boy in Denver committed suicide because he came out to his classmates as gay. He was bullied by them, he was all of 9. This triggered my memories of my first sexual experience with the boy next door at the same age, I decided it was time to act, time to write to save one more child. I also decided it was my time to be truthful with myself and with the world that I was also gay
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      • I don't know if any author's work resembles mine because I didn't sugar coat this book. I was truthful and to the point. I think the writer of A Child Called It our books would be similar
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    • Have you ever incorporated something that happened to you in real life into your novels?
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