Character: S.E. Hinton (through Ponyboy) Chronological/Timeline Hook: "Sixteen years on the streets and you can learn a lot. But all the wrong things, not the things you want to learn." Background info (birthplace, birthdate, any relevant childhood info., relevant relationship info., etc.): She was born on July, 22 1948 in Tulsa Oklahoma. Her parents are Grady P. Hinton and Lillian Hinton. Where she lived there wasn't a lot of people who cared about writing. Her husband is David Inhofe and her son is Nick Inhofe. Event #1: Be sure to include the date, place, and time of events when available! Her parents were not very supportive for her and neither were a lot of her friends. She made her first book called the outsiders in 1967 when she was …show more content…
She was 25 when she made "Rumble fish". Event #4: Be sure to include the date, place, and time of events when available! She then went on and made her 4th book called "Tex" in 1979. She was 29 when she made "Tex" and probably out of college. Event #5: Be sure to include the date, place, and time of events when available! She then made her next book called "Taming the star runner" in 1988. She was 38 when she made "Taming the star runner". Event #6: Be sure to include the date, place, and time of events when available! Her next book she made was "the puppy sister" in 1995. She was 45 when she made "The puppy sister". Event #7: Be sure to include the date, place, and time of events when available! She then made "Hawkes Harbor" in 2004. She was 54 when she made "Hawkes Harbor and it was her seventh book. Event #8: Be sure to include the date, place, and time of events when available! Her next book was "some of Tim's stories" in 2007. She was 57 when she made "some of Tim's stories and it being her 8th book of hers. Death/What I am currently doing: She is currently still alive and she is still writing to this day. She still lives in Oklahoma ever since she was born. She has been married to her husband (David Inhofe) for 46
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