Stone City: Life In The Penitentiary, by Steven Jennings

Riots, violence, hustling, tattooing, shooting heroin, smoking weed, making pruno, revenge, love, family, redemption…this book has it all. Eighteen years into a 43 year sentence, Steven Jennings takes you inside this hidden society and truly exposes the realities of prison life.

The images within the pages of Stone City are straight from the depths of prison society, raw and uncensored. They were taken with illegal cellphones that were smuggled in by inmates.

In a world full of misconduct, it’s extremely hard to go legit, yet necessary to become a productive member of society. Can Steven truly change his ways inside such a hostile environment? See for yourself inside the gripping pages of “Stone City: Life In The Penitentiary.”

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Author: Steven & Suzie Jennings

She was raised as a Mormon, and he is a convict serving 43 years in prison. This blog offers a glimpse into two vastly different worlds that somehow came crashing together. Join them on their journey through prison life & married life.

26 thoughts

  1. Hmm. The question you asked, “Why does prison intrigue so many people?” It doesn’t intrigue me and I never want to be there. I see that you liked my AI Wei Wei post and so, looked at your work/blog. Dude! That’s a lot of years you’ll be spending behind bars. I don’t even know what to say, can’t even fathom it. Now I’ll be going to see the Ai Wei Wei piece with this new dimension to it, and that is, what you have written on this post. Wow.

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  2. This looks very interesting, and I’m definetely adding this to my Kindle shopping cart. now “Why does prison intrigue so many people?” because it´s a taboo subject and most people are intrigued by anything that falls into that category, like me for example, it’s human nature. Looking forward to read this book!
    Thanks for following my blog!

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  3. Why does it intrigue so many people? Because the numbers are growing of so many families who are affected by knowing someone our being related to someone in prison. My blog is about the father of one of my grandsons who has been invade for 13 years and he is only 31. But what my blog doesn’t say is that I have another grandson who has a father in prison, too. One grandson is 17 and one is 8. The hardest part is helping them understand and help them with their friends. The oldest one carries a lot of anger

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  4. I’m truly enjoying the design and layout of your website.
    It’s a very easy on the eyes which makes it much
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  5. Awesome! Thanks for the support. Let me know what you think after you read it. Do you think with the right marketing and advertising, it has the potiential to sell 100,000+? My next book is called CHIRPY…THE AMAZING LITTLE JAILBIRD.
    Its about a bird I had for 15 months.


  6. You make a great point. It seems like almost everyone is affected by prison one way or another. Share my blog with those in your family. Perhaps a new perspective could have a positive impact in some small way. Let me know if I can do anything to help. Peace.


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