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- Review For My New Book: Don’t Hate Me Because I’m White: A Rebuttal To White Privilege And The Drug War
- My New Book: “Don’t Hate Me Because I’m White: A Rebuttal To White Privilege And The Drug War” Is Live on Amazon Kindle
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- Former Prisoner, Best Selling Author Glenn Langohr, Reviews Former Prison Guard D.J. Vodicka’s Book, The Green Wall
- Before becoming a best selling author, Glenn Langohr spent 10 years in some of the most violent California prisons on drug charges, after being involved in a number of riots, in a cell in solitary confinement he started writing.
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How much of yourself is hidden in the characters in your books? A lot. I lived a life as a drug criminal for many years. It started as a runaway at the age of 12. It continued for 20 more … Continue reading
Author Interview: Glenn Langohr I met Glenn a few months ago, back on bookblogs.ning and found him so interesting that I decided to interview the guy. I was going to wait until I had his book,Underdog: Prison Killers book 4 but I haven’t … Continue reading
My Friend Steven Smith, A.K.A. “Giant” is in My Book Prison Riot in Print, Kindle and Audio Book. It’s found here in audio book~ http://amzn.to/UD9EZa To find it in print or kindle go to the side bar. Remember, you can download a … Continue reading
This interview is coming from http://theindielist.weebly.com/ and will be posted on their site soon— Can you tell us a little bit about yourself? –—I trust God and love Jesus. Before I started writing I ran away from a broken home at 13 … Continue reading
Former Prisoner In Solitary Glenn Langohr, Speaks to 100 Students At U.C. Irvine About His Books and Prison Time
Glenn Langohr met Professor Keramet Reiter after she gave one of his books, Pelican Bay Riot, a five star review on Amazon. After being interviewed by the professor, Glenn Langohr was offered a chance to speak to her students as … Continue reading