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Bio: Someone whose name is Reji Stephenson started this blog where he like to share his views and opinions on whatever he see and hear in the world around him. If you know Mr.Stephenson, you might be thinking that “Why he want to run another blog when he is already running another one called Digital Dimensions. Probably he may like to write about some topics that can’t be included in a niche blog. The topics in this blog may contain anything under the sun that come across his life. Mr.Stephenson had his childhood in India so he may have many things to share about his native place, especially the place where he was born (Gods own country). Definitely he might also have to say many things about the country(U.K.) where he is living for the last eight years. According to him, he is just someone who doesn't have good writing skills. After all, it is not his job to rate his own writing. It is for those who read this blog to decide.So keep reading and have your opinions on the posts. Thank you very much for landing at this page.

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  1. Janet Sunderland · January 30, 2015

    Thanks for following. It’s interesting, for me as a writer, to see how your writing changes between personal blogging and your niche blog. I need to think about that. I guess my own writing changes somewhat – depending on what I’m writing. But your voice changes and I find that interesting.

    As for “God’s Country”: I grew up on a farm in Kansas, in Indian country….American not East…and the horizon stretches away on all sides. While I’ve traveled and lived in all sorts of places, I’ve yet to find one that I could call “God’s Country” not even Hawaii Island. But I’ve never been to India. I would think God’s Country would be wide and deep and clear. But then, I grew up in Kansas and I’m a See-Far Woman. Hope we’ll have more conversations. J.

    • rejstephensonblogs · February 9, 2015

      Hi Janet,

      Sorry for the delay in replying to your comment. I am happy to say that you are the first commentor on this blog.

      Regarding writing, I believe our style of writing on our niche blog will be different from that of a personal blog. Even we have to change our style when we move from one topic to another. I don’t think we can write an article on technology with a story telling style.
      Also, I would like to let you know that I am not an established or experience writer. I begun writing only after I started my other blog called Digital Dimensions. I don’t know whether you had gone through that blog or not. If not please have a look at it and let me know your opinions and suggestions on it.

      Regarding ‘Gods own country’ , I would like to inform you that it is a state located in the southern most part of India. The place has the name due to several reasons like its natural beauty, backwaters, good climate, good hospitality of the people and many more other reasons that may require a big blog post to explain. I am planning to have a post on that topic in this blog later. It may be interesting for you, if you make a visit to Kerala once.

      Hoping to hear again from you.

      Rej Stephenson

  2. Allan G. Smorra · February 15, 2015

    Thank you for following my blog.

  3. vivachange77 · February 16, 2015

    Hi Rej. Thanks for reading and following my blog. About different voices for different blogs, I have only one blog where I mix prose and poetry to tell my stories because I think different subject matter is better expressed in one medium or the other. So far I’m OK with that. Maybe someday I’ll organize my blog but for now I’m too busy writing. Best wishes to you and your writing. 🙂

    • rejstephensonblogs · February 16, 2015

      Good to hear from you. I will get back to you soon. Have a wonderful blogging journey ahead.

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