This book is a compilation of Volumes 1-4 of a continuing series. It contains 43.6K words or 95+ print pages (5X8). It’s DRM free and lendable. This is a true story. John Smith (an alias) robbed a bank and was sent to prison for 10 years. This journal represents his prison experiences along with his inner-most, personal thoughts. Reading books is Smiths’ only escape from reality. He claims to have read 185 books since his imprisonment in mid-2009. The publisher left the journals narrative without paragraphs, in hope of representing the hand-written notebook paper his manuscript composed. Smith says writing paper is valuable in prison and he must use all space available. Smiths’ journal entries are sad, compelling, and introspective, providing the reader insightful, perhaps teachable moments of human behavior in an adverse environment. Smith occupies a prison cell present day, April 2012. He has sent journal entries reaching August, 2011, which will be made into volumes consisting of 10-20 thousand word allotments. Candidly, we’re not sure if Smith will send more entries; however, we are committed to publishing what we have. Ten years is a long time, representing several volumes.