While in Prison on Drug Charges, Glenn Langohr Spent 4 Years in Solitary Where He Wrote Books. As a runaway from a broken home, Glenn Langohr reflected on his bad choices in the drug world from a cell in solitary where he turned it into writing books.
With nothing else to do in a prison cell for 22 hours a day, Glenn Langohr wrote drug war and prison books. For a complete list of his books in print, kindle and audio book to listen to like a movie, go here- http://www.amazon.com/-/e/B00571NY5A If you purchase a book make sure you email Glenn at firstname.lastname@example.org and he will gift out a book.
Glenn Langohr started solitary confinement in the county jail in the modules where inmates only come out of there cells for 2 hours a day. In prison he was sent to solitary for riots and investigations. He states, “It is very hard to avoid any violence in prison where the isn’t much rehabilitation. People with mental issues, drug and alcohol issues interact with gangs and people just trying to survive and the ingredients are toxic. In prison every inch of space is decided over and often fought over, like who can use which tables, showers, space on the yard, work out bars etc.”
The first novel Glenn Langohr published when he got out of prison in 2008 was Roll Call, A True Crime Prison Story of Corruption and Redemption. Kirkus Discoveries Nielson Media related Langohr’s novel to the movie Traffic along with other accolades. Glenn Langohr has since published 7 other books that are selling well and getting great reviews. See his complete list on Amazon in print, kindle and audio book. Check out his audio book, Lock Up Diaries here- http://tinyurl.com/lockupdiaries