Rockland resident publishes her first book
By Ashlee Fairey
The Patriot Ledger
Posted Nov 02, 2010 @ 12:38 PM
Last update Nov 02, 2010 @ 04:52 PM
Rockland resident Stacy Padula’s first book, “Montgomery Lake High #1: The Right Person,” was published in August by Strategic Publishing Group.
It is the first of five novels in the Montgomery Lake High series, which follows a group of high school friends and their struggles with substance abuse and finding faith.
“I wanted to write a realistic series to represent what really happens in high school,” the 27-year-old author said.
She began writing the first book when she was a high school student and resumed writing in 2006.
The second book of the series, “Montgomery Lake High #2: When Darkness Tries to Hide,” is expected to come out in the spring.
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Published by Author Stacy A. Padula
Stacy Padula has spent the last 14 years working daily with teenagers as a college counselor, mentor, and life coach. She was named "Top Inspirational Author of the Year" for 2022 by the International Association of Top Professionals (New York, NY). In 2021, she was broadcast on the famous Reuters Building in Times Square as "Empowered Woman of the Year." Her Gripped book series is currently being adapted for TV by Emmy-winning producer Mark Blutman. She is the founder and CEO of Briley & Baxter Publications: a publishing company that donates a portion of its proceeds to animal rescues each month. She has edited and published a variety of titles, including Boston Bruins Anthem Singer Todd Angilly and Rachel Goguen's The Adventures of Owen & the Anthem Singer, LaTonya Pinkard of Netflix's Last Chance U's Nate & His Magic Lion, and former NHL player Norm Beaudin's memoir The Original: Living Life Through Hockey. Stacy resides in Plymouth, Massachusetts with her husband Tim and two miniature dachshunds, Briley and Baxter.
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