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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

All my addicts and alcoholics in recovery know that playing the “blame game” isn’t how to get sober and stop going to prison. Michelle’s book makes it sound like we should lock up more White people to even the score versus in my book I show that there is a solution to the revolving prison doors and it is to stay sober. I use a Black friend as an example of someone making it after being in prison over 20 times. He said that playing the “poor me” card just had him “pouring himself another drink and selling dope.” If you buy my book, please leave an honest review, good or bad to keep this conversation going! Thanks so much! Continue reading

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Glenn Langohr’s Prison Memoir Got Another Great Review From a Criminal Justice Professor at U.C. Irvine

Professor Keramet Reiter, an Associate Professor in Criminal Justice at U.C. Irvine came across Glenn Langohr’s books about prison and asked for an interview. Glenn Langohr agreed on one condition, that she have her students read and review it. Glenn … Continue reading

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The Girl That Reads Interview with Ex-Con, Best Selling Author, Glenn Langohr

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

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Glenn Langohr is in the Orange County Register: Can this OC drug dealer go straight?

I don’t like the title because I haven’t been a drug dealer for well over a decade and I served my time for it. If you get time, leave a comment. By GREG HARDESTY / ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER The link to … Continue reading

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Roll Call, Glenn Langohr’s Drug War and Prison Book is On Sale For 2.99 With Kindle

Glenn Langohr’s Drug War and Prison Novel Roll Call is On Sale For Half Price With Kindle at 2.99, or Free For Prime Select Members On Amazon Roll Call is also available in print for 16.49 found here~  http://www.amazon.com/dp/B0056C0LW4 A … Continue reading

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An Interview With Drug War and Prison Author Glenn Langohr

So, Glenn obviously you get your inspiration from true facts and real life experiences, but do you draw from anything else to create great works like Underdog? I take the true colors of life and paint them into stories that … Continue reading

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Two New Awesome Reviews For Glenn Langohr’s Prison Book Underdog

Glenn Langohr’s Prison Book Underdog is Getting Great Reviews! Here are pieces from the last two reviews for Underdog, A True Crime Thriller of Prison Life from David Bitco, a journalist, and CJR, a Criminal Justice Professor. All of Glenn … Continue reading

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