The Gripped Characters: Q&A with Bella Gill on “Blindsided”

Written by Bella Gill, Pembroke, Massachusetts Bella is a junior at Pembroke High School in Pembroke, Massachusetts.  She is a midfielder for the South Shore Select 2006 Girls Academy Soccer Team and is headed to the National Finals in St. Louis this summer.  She is also a midfielder for the Pembroke High School Girls VarsityContinue reading “The Gripped Characters: Q&A with Bella Gill on “Blindsided””

Bella Gill Reviews ‘Gripped Part 2: Blindsided’ by Stacy Padula

Written by Bella Gill, Pembroke, Massachusetts Bella is a junior at Pembroke High School in Pembroke, Massachusetts.  She is a midfielder for the South Shore Select 2006 Girls Academy Soccer Team and is headed to the National Finals in St. Louis this summer.  She is also a midfielder for the Pembroke High School Girls VarsityContinue reading “Bella Gill Reviews ‘Gripped Part 2: Blindsided’ by Stacy Padula”

The Gripped Characters: Q&A with Bella Gill on “The Truth We Never Told”

Written by Bella Gill, Pembroke, Massachusetts Bella is a junior at Pembroke High School in Pembroke, Massachusetts.  She is a midfielder for the South Shore Select 2006 Girls Academy Soccer Team and is headed to the National Finals in St. Louis this summer.  She is also a midfielder for the Pembroke High School Girls VarsityContinue reading “The Gripped Characters: Q&A with Bella Gill on “The Truth We Never Told””

Why I Believe “Blindsided” by Stacy Padula Belongs in Schools

Written by Bella Gill, Pembroke, Massachusetts Bella is a junior at Pembroke High School in Pembroke, Massachusetts.  She is a midfielder for the South Shore Select 2006 Girls Academy Soccer Team and is headed to the National Finals in St. Louis this summer.  She is also a midfielder for the Pembroke High School Girls VarsityContinue reading “Why I Believe “Blindsided” by Stacy Padula Belongs in Schools”

Relatable Y.A. Novel Accurately Depicts the Social Struggles of High School

Written by Bella Gill, Pembroke, Massachusetts Bella is a junior at Pembroke High School in Pembroke, Massachusetts.  She is a midfielder for the South Shore Select 2006 Girls Academy Soccer Team and is headed to the National Finals in St. Louis this summer.  She is also a midfielder for the Pembroke High School Girls VarsityContinue reading “Relatable Y.A. Novel Accurately Depicts the Social Struggles of High School”

Pembroke High School Junior Recommends Y.A. Novel to Teens

Written by Bella Gill, Pembroke, Massachusetts Bella is a junior at Pembroke High School in Pembroke, Massachusetts.  She is a midfielder for the South Shore Select 2006 Girls Academy Soccer Team and is headed to the National Finals in St. Louis this summer.  She is also a midfielder for the Pembroke High School Girls VarsityContinue reading “Pembroke High School Junior Recommends Y.A. Novel to Teens”

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Stacy Padula Selected as Top Inspirational Author of the Year for 2022

New York, NY (PRUnderground) March 17, 2022 Read this article on FOX Stacy Padula, author, publisher, producer, and counselor, was recently selected by the International Association of Top Professionals (IAOTP) as Top Inspirational Author of the Year for 2022. Stacy is being recognized for her exemplary efforts and genuine dedication to inspire and empower professionalsContinue reading “Stacy Padula Selected as Top Inspirational Author of the Year for 2022”

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Stacy A. Padula, a native of Pembroke, Massachusetts, has accrued years of experience working with adolescents as a private educational consultant with extensive experience in the fields of college counseling, tutoring, and standardized test preparation, as well as a mentor, life coach, and youth group leader. For roughly eight years, she was the director of an education company in the metrowest of Massachusetts, where she managed a staff of thirty tutors and developed all company curriculum. In 2016, she left the metrowest and founded South Shore College Consulting & Tutoring based in Plymouth, Massachusetts. In 2019, she founded another company: Briley & Baxter Publications, named after her two miniature dachshunds (who are far more popular on Instagram than her – ha!).