Why Stacy Padula’s “Gripped 2: Blindsided” is a Must-Read for Teens – by Laurie O’Sullivan

| Written by Laurie O’Sullivan, Dover, Massachusetts | Meet Laurie O’Sullivan Laurie is a 17 year old senior at Dover Sherborn High School where she likes to be involved with sports and extracurriculars. She is part of the National Honor Society and tutors high schoolers who want extra help in biology. She runs on theContinue reading “Why Stacy Padula’s “Gripped 2: Blindsided” is a Must-Read for Teens – by Laurie O’Sullivan”

The Gripped Characters: Q&A with Laurie O’Sullivan

“The entirety of Gripped Part 1 is one large cliffhanger. I not only want to know the immediate outcomes of crumbling relationships and kids getting in trouble, but how their lives will pan out as they move forward into college.” – Laurie O’Sullivan

“Gripped 2: Blindsided” Shines an Honest Light on Modern Teen Culture

| Written by Laurie O’Sullivan—Dover, Massachusetts | Meet Laurie O’Sullivan Laurie is a 17 year old senior at Dover Sherborn High School where she likes to be involved with sports and extracurriculars. She is part of the National Honor Society and tutors high schoolers who want extra help in biology. She runs on the trackContinue reading ““Gripped 2: Blindsided” Shines an Honest Light on Modern Teen Culture”

First Book in Gripped Series Hits Home with Teen Readers

“My favorite part of the story was the dialogue. I think in a book like this where it has a lot to do with relationships and young adults, seeing their interactions shows their personality way more than any amount of description can.” – Laurie O’Sullivan

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Commentary on Mark 12

Mark 12:28-34 -The Most Important Commandment 28 One of the teachers of religious law was standing there listening to the debate. He realized that Jesus had answered well, so he asked, “Of all the commandments, which is the most important?” 29 Jesus replied, “The most important commandment is this: ‘Listen, O Israel! The Lord ourContinue reading “Commentary on Mark 12”