Feedback From A Professional Editor

Before “Stone City: Life In The Penitentiary” got published, I had to find an editor. That in itself was a process. I sent sample chapters to several editors. Here is the feedback from one of those editors…   Stone City: Life In The Penitentiary, by Steven Jennings, is full of “gut kickers.” Gut kickers are … Continue reading Feedback From A Professional Editor

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Seeking Help

Hey, what’s up everybody? I’m on a mission and I need your help. My 1st ebook is published. It’s called, “Stone City: Life In The Penitentiary.” If you haven’t already checked it out, please do so. Simply visit Stone City Publishing. Then blog about it. Tweet about it. Like/Share it on facebook. Help me show … Continue reading Seeking Help

Can’t get enough? Never fear, Twitter is here. I’ve decided to start Tweeting. It will give you all a glimpse of my day-to-day thoughts, and even daily prison happenings that go on in here. Please follow me: @stonecitylife Thank you, Steven & Suzie Jennings

With Every Hardship Comes An Equal Seed of Opportunity

Forty-three years in prison sucks for more reasons than I care to list. But the good news is I've realized the power within the mind. No matter what the situation is, life is an attitude. And my attitude is within my control. One of my favorite philosophies is, "With every setback or hardship comes an … Continue reading With Every Hardship Comes An Equal Seed of Opportunity

Saying “Sorry” Isn’t Enough

Back in 1994, I lost complete control of myself and my actions. Trapped in a self-induced drunken rage, I shot four young men and terrified countless bystanders. The pain I caused does not stop there. My actions also wounded the friends & family of those I hurt directly, and my own friends & family as … Continue reading Saying “Sorry” Isn’t Enough