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I Need To Know



Why do you follow this blog?
What would you like to see more/less of?

Please take a moment and answer these questions. It is my desire to make this blog better for you.

Thank you.



Steven Jennings





Hello, my name is Steven D. Jennings and I have a blog with approximately 23K followers. My goal is to get over 1 million followers. If you have any ideas on how I can accumulate more blog followers, please tell me. If your idea is selected, I will give you the gift of blogging and post your writing for the world to see.

For more details, please feel free to contact me.

Good luck.



Steven D. Jennings

Stone City Blog

Stone City Blog

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Thanks to all who take the time to read the many blogs here on this site.

The contributing authors would absolutely love to hear your thoughts. You can let them know you enjoy their writing by leaving comments, or you may contact them individually (please read our DISCLAIMER).

Stone City Blog is honored to provide this platform which helps give inmates a voice. If you have a loved one in prison, please let them know about our site. Our services are free. For many, writing is a great source of rehabilitation & healing.

Please show your support by liking us on facebook.

Thank you.

Suzie Jennings
Stone City Blog

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Joe Writes His Wrongs



I’d like to introduce you to Joe P. Guerrero. He is also an inmate blogging from prison.

His blog is called :  Joe Writes His Wrongs

Joe is an awesome inspiration and he’s making the best of his time with something positive.

He has goals and ambitions, just as I do.  We both are positive, like-minded men who are striving for success from behind bars, and we have big dreams for when we are released.

He has quality content and intriguing stories to share. A few of his blog titles are: A Positive Mindset In Prison, Actions Speak Louder Than Words, 8 Reason’s I’m Thankful To Be In PrisonDumbing Down The ConversationNever Give Up, Jen Joe & A Prison Phone, Walking In On A Rape, 10 Tips On Stress From A Guy In Prison, and Steven D. Jennings

Joe is a talented cartoon artist and an articulate writer. In fact, you should take a look at his short story ebook for sale on Amazon called, “Coffeeman Almost Dies During The Coffee Challenge

Joe and I both have the love & support of amazing ladies in our life (Jen & Suzie). We know it takes a strong woman to be in a committed relationship with an inmate. And we are blessed to have them in our life. Their dedication is what helps make it possible to share our journey with you all.

I recognize the energy and devotion of both Joe & Jen.  They have my support and my friendship.


Connect With Joe :  Facebook ,  Twitter ,  Blog



Steven Jennings

Call For Action




My wife and I made a goal to get 50,000 followers by the end of 2015. We currently have 3,390 followers. THAT’S GOOD!!! I am very pleased with that. I appreciate every one of you. Thank you. Here’s my humble request:

Will you pretty please try to get 10 of your Facebook friends to follow my blog?

Also, how can I make this blog better? Because if you’re asking people to follow, it’s my responsibility to give the absolute BEST content I can. I owe that to all of you. So please feel free to guide me. I will try my best to post a variety of topics for you guys.

You know, I was told by a dear friend that I was being TOO AMBITOUS because I told him I wanted 500,000 followers by the end of this year. He said that would mean I need to get 13,000 new followers per day.

I said, “Too ambitious! What’s that mean? It’s like too much money…no such thing!”

What if……….just what if, all 3,390 of YOU got 100 of your Facebook friends to follow my blog?

OMG!!!!! That would be AWESOME!!! Do you have any idea how much this vision EXCITES me???

Please dear friends, help make this vision a reality. I’ll cut this short so you can act NOW.


Thank you sooo much!



Steven Jennings


PS – I’d like to say Thank You to my readers for all the comments. I appreciate your patience in my replies. I’d love to reply to everyone immediately. But due to my circumstances, that would be a little beyond practical. So thank you for being patient. I will get back to you.

How To Blog From Prison


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Do you know anyone in the joint? If so, now is the time to give them a potentially life changing gift. Give them the gift of blogging!

As you know, I am an inmate. Blogging has helped change my life. It has created a community of support around my writing. This community helps inspire me to be the best I can be. I feel a sense of connection and fellowship. Blogging could be a valuable tool used to rehabilitate the inmates who truly want it.

For this purpose, my wife and I have created Stone City Blog to help give inmates a voice. Please tell your incarcerated loved one about this opportunity. It just might change their life for the better.



Steven Jennings

How Can I Make This Blog Better?

I want to provide GREAT content for you. So please, use the comment sections to tell me what you like about this blog. Also, tell me what you DON”T like about this blog too. I’d love more feedback.

If you have any topics you want me to cover, please let me know.

If you have any questions, please ask.

If you want me to elaborate on a post, please let me know.

Thank you,
Steven Jennings

Introducing New Blogs

Hi everyone!

I’ve decided to start numerous blogs, each with a specific topic. Here are my first 3 new ones. Please check them out:

Prison Violence
A blog about the vulgar and violent ways of prison.

Making Millions In Prison
This blog will document my journey towards becoming a multi-millionaire.

Real Love Letters
A blog about how my wife & I fell in love, and how we maintain our circle of harmony in our unique situation.

Please feel free to leave comments, questions, or advice. Any and all feedback is greatly appreciated. I value your input.

I am in the process of creating several more blogs, so if you have any suggestions or specific subjects that you’d like to read about, please let me know. I’m here for you with in-depth knowledge of prison society.

Thank you.

Introducing Guest Bolggers

Hi everyone.

I just wanted to give you all a heads up as to why you are going to be seeing new faces & names appearing on this site. I’ve decided to post guest blogs written by other inmates. By doing this, my blog will offer different perspectives, different views, and different styles.

I am a diverse man. I associate with all types of men in here…each of whom have very different backgrounds, morals, thoughts, and opinions. I’ll let you see for yourself.

I just want to bring a wide variety of subjects to this blog for you to read. So, I figured it would be a wise idea to add more content by welcoming my fellow inmates.

Please, I need feedback from you. What do you want to read about? What intrigues you? What captures your interest? What do you want to hear more about?

Any and all advice is greatly appreciated.

Thank you.
Steven Jennings

How I Blog From Prison


I’m in prison. That means NO internet access. Right now I’m sitting in my cell with a BIC pen and a pad of paper. I write in cursive.

When I’m done writing, I send it out through the Post Office.

I send it to my wife, Suzie. It takes about 3-4 days to reach her. She then types my blogs and clicks “publish”. This method is so old school that I’m probably the only person in the world who blogs this way.

The process is a little slow since we are using the US Postal Service. We thank you for your understanding and patience.

But very soon this old school writing style will be a thing in the past for me. Modern technology is finally catching up to all the inmates in prison.

There’s this thing called JPay. It’s a big stainless steel computer that’s bolted to the dayroom wall. I get 3 logins per day. And each login is only 15 minutes. JPay allows me to email friends and family. I buy 60 estamps for $10. One email costs one estamp. It’s cheaper and faster than sending snail mail.

Why don’t I blog using JPay? Because I simply don’t have enough time. Fifteen minutes goes by super fast.

But all that is about to change with the JP4.


The JP4 costs about $49.99 and will be available for purchase very soon.

It will allow me to relax and not worry about my time limit while I write emails & blogs. The JP4 is a 5 inch handheld touch screen. It’s mine. I keep it in my cell and I can use it as often as I want. It offers all the same features as JPay, which include: receiving pics, videos, emails, and downloading music. Songs cost anywhere from $.99 to $1.99 per song. The JP4 will also allow inmates to buy & watch movies. A USB cord is compatible with the TV inside our cells. The TV’s are 14 inch flat screens. So instead of watching a movie on a 5 inch screen, I can hook it up to my 14 inch TV. Not bad for being in prison!

So right now I blog using a pen & paper. In a month or two I’ll be able to blog using my JP4. I’ll email it to my wife, then she will “cut & paste” it to my blog.

Any Q’s? Feel free to ask. View me as your direct connection to the inside.

Have a nice day & enjoy your freedom.


Steven Jennings