Glenn Langohr's Stunning Memoirs– of Life in Prison- In Print, Kindle and Audio Book

Another Interview With Author Glenn Langohr

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Tell us about your most recent book in 10 words or less.

Prison Riot, A True Story of Surviving a Gang War In Prison by Glenn Langohr: Gangs run the prison- B.J.’s struggle to find redemption. To purchase or listen to an audio sample of Prison Riot go here- http://amzn.to/UD9EZa

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How did you start writing?

I served prison time on drug charges. I turned my life around by going from addicted to drugs, to addicted to writing my experiences.

In Prison Riot, I was one of the only white inmates on the yard. I quickly found the biggest white inmate I could to work out with. We became friends with a handful of Mexican inmates from southern California who were heavily outnumbered by the northern Mexican inmates. When the riot kicked off, we helped out the southern Mexicans and were falsely labeled southern Mexican’s.

I’m inspired to show that incarcerating petty drug criminals in prison, is breeding an addiction into an affliction much harder to escape, for the inmates and the communities. Image

Tell us about your favorite character or what part of your book you liked writing the most?

I’m biased, B.J. is my favorite character. He represents the discarded drug addicts and orphans of poverty who strive with all their heart to find a redemptive way out.

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My favorite part to write wasn’t the actual riot, I got busted up a little. We went to solitary confinement with over one hundred Mexicans and the prison administration put a blue stamp on our cell. We soon found out that stamp signified we were southern Mexicans! It was fun to write about how hard it was to prove we were white inmates just helping out our new friends.

I also help inspire other prisoners to make a change through writing and art. I give a voice to the voiceless as much as I can and am starting a clothing line that uses inmate art. When I get it all the way up and running I want to give a percentage to victim restitution so the inmates are giving back, and finding some level of redemption. Image

Tell us about your new book or a project you are working on?

I just had the opportunity to speak as a guest Lecturer at the University of California Irvine. The students were required to read one of my other books, Underdog. Now the Orange County Register is going to interview me so I’m excited about that!

Compare your books to other books.

If you like James Patterson or Elmore Leonard, you’ll love my books. I write fast paced crime thrillers from the inside of the criminal justice system out. Kirkus Discoveries Nielson Media related my first drug war novel Roll Call to the blockbuster movie Traffic. Image

My email is rollcallthebook@gmail.com I have 3 websites and 4 facebook pages I will promote this interview on among others. Here’s a link to my author page for all 8 books- http://www.amazon.com/-/e/B00571NY5A  Here’s a link to Roll Call- http://www.amazon.com/dp/B0056C0LW4 Here’s Underdog- http://www.amazon.com/dp/B007D62AP2 Prison Riot- http://www.amazon.com/dp/B009K7IGOQ One of my websites ( Newest one ) http://www.audiobookprisonstories.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lockdownpublishingdotcom?ref=hl Twitter https://twitter.com/rollcallthebook 

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lenn Langohr resides in southern California where he spends his time doing what he loves best, reading and writing. He started writing from prison on drug charges and hasn't stopped since. He is an usher at his church and loves to reach out to other prisoners to help them turn their lives around. Glenn is married to his dream girl, Sanette, who plays Annette in one of his novels. The author will gift his books FREE from the Kindle store to those who can't afford it... Glenn Langohr rollcallthebook@gmail.com lockdownpubishing.com

2 thoughts on “Another Interview With Author Glenn Langohr

  1. I saw that you are following my blog. Looking at your writing, I was intrigued because I grew up in Crescent City and remember when Pelican Bay Prison was built and driving past it every day to get to school.

    I’ll have to look into your books and see if they’re something I can introduce to my facility.

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