Stacy Padula to be Interviewed on WATD 95.9FM – Monday 3/18 at 8:10AM

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE—Marshfield, Massachusetts

On March 18th, 2019, Author Stacy A. Padula of Plymouth, Massachusetts will be interviewed by Rob Hakala on WATD 95.9’s South Shore Morning News about her new young adult book series “Gripped.” At 8:10 AM Padula will be answering questions and giving away copies of her book to a couple lucky listeners.

The interview can be listened to live here: http://959watd.com/streaming/

Within days of its release, “Gripped Part 1: The Truth We Never Told” became the #1 New Release on Amazon Kindle in its category.

Gripped Synopsis

In high school, Taylor Dunkin broke more records than any other athlete to step foot in Montgomery, Massachusetts. As a sophomore in college, he was ranked by ESPN as one of the NFL’s top 100 prospects. However, his aspirations came to a jarring halt when a knee injury and two surgeries left him sidelined.

One year later, Taylor is a person of interest in a highly confidential investigation headed by the Boston Police Department. He has entangled himself in a crime ring notorious for pushing opiates, cocaine, and benzodiazepines on local college campuses.

When Taylor’s younger brother Marc discovers that Taylor is behind the copious drug supply circulating around Montgomery Lake High School, he sets off to not only reverse the damage Taylor has caused, but also save his lifelong role model from becoming a casualty of America’s deadly opioid epidemic.

About the Author
Stacy A. Padula

A Plymouth, Massachusetts native and college counselor, Stacy A. Padula published her first novel The Right Person in 2010, followed by When Darkness Tries to Hide, The Aftermath, The Battle for Innocence, and The Forces Within. In 2018, she was inducted into Marquis Who’s Who in America for excellence in literature and education. She wrote the Gripped book series to educate readers on how “it” happens—how good kids become drug addicts, how harmless fun can turn into a life-threatening addiction, and how people can pick up the pieces of their lives and recover from such a horrific epidemic.