PUBLISHED AUTHOR CHARLES N. DIORIO SEEKS AGENCY REPRESENTATION FOR HIS NON-FICTION MEMOIR: HARD TIME WITH AARON HERNANDEZ
HARD TIME WITH AARON HERNANDEZ, is a carefully crafted true crime memoir (approx. 265 mms. pages), recounting the author Charles N. Diorio’s experiences from criminal sentence in a Massachusetts courtroom to state prison reception in Walpole, medium security lock up in MCI-Shirley, and ultimately the maximum-security Souza-Baranowski Correctional Center.
This gritty look into deplorable conditions of confinement intersects with the well-known drama of Aaron Hernandez, whom Charles Diorio shared a cellblock with from early 2016 until just weeks before his tragic suicide.
HARD TIME WITH AARON HERNANDEZ is a no-holds-barred account of conditions within the Souza-Baranowski Correctional Facility that may have contributed to Hernandez’s decision to take his own life.
Drugs, violence, and gang associations all play a role in the evolution of culture in prisons everywhere, within the sealed-off and isolated Souza-Baranowski Correctional Institution these elements are magnified creating a world of despair. A despair richly captured by author Diorio in this remarkable first-person account. <>
Mass Incarceration, the breakdown of essential institutions, and corruption play a role in Diorio’s colorful account of life behind bars. So too does the infamous Boston double-murder and killing of Odin-Lloyd by then emerging New England Patriots football star Aaron Hernandez.
HARD TIME WITH AARON HERNANDEZ is seeking a home with a sympathetic, loyal and motivated literary agent. This material can, and should benefit from careful attention from careful attention from a motivated and diligent agent with impeccable credentials and must be a WGA signatory.
Author Charles N. Diorio is currently incarcerated, his novel Run Charlie Run has recently been published from GrahamR Writings LLC, a small independent South Carolina based press. Non-fiction essays related to prison life and issues affecting prisoners may be found on www.JPP.org (Univ. of Ottawa Press).
The entire manuscript, or query package, may be requested by contacting author Charles N. Diorio at the above referenced address.