On Monday 3/18/19, 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.” Within days of its release, “Gripped Part 1: The Truth We Never Told” became the #1 New Release on Amazon Kindle in its category.
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The Perfect Book for Teens Entering High School
This book touches on the struggle to get out of the darkness and back into the light but also the great feeling of having an amazing support system to help you when in need. It makes you feel grateful for the friends you have and makes you want to help others in their times of need.
Doug Llewelyn to Interview Author Stacy Padula on Friday 1/26/18 at 4:00PM
Best-selling young adult author Stacy A. Padula will be interviewed about her book series and college counseling company today at 4:00PM by Doug Llewelyn (host of the People’s Court and creator of Judge Judy). The interview will air on live radio: CUTV News, New York.
Stacy Padula’s TV Interview with Brit from BossLady News, Boston
Stacy Padula’s TV interview with Brit from Boston’s Bosslady News June 6, 2015
Book Signing at the Full Sail in Plymouth, MA
On Saturday 5/2, Stacy Padula signed books at the Full Sail in Plymouth, Massachusetts. Below are some pictures from the event. https://stacyapadula.com/
New Teen Fiction Books Hit the Shelves of Barnes & Noble
Stacy Padula’s novels The Aftermath and The Forces Within hit the shelves of Barnes & Noble this month. They are available at various locations, and a limited number of autographed copies are available in Hingham, Massachusetts. A formal book signing will be scheduled shortly. Time and location TBD. What is the Montgomery Lake High bookContinue reading “New Teen Fiction Books Hit the Shelves of Barnes & Noble “
Why Having School on Veterans Day is an Utter Disrespect to America
As an educator who works privately with students across the state of Massachusetts, I was appalled to learn that some schools, such as Dana Hall of Wellesley, have chosen not to honor Veterans Day. This particular private institution has chosen to utilize its right to dictate its own academic calendar and not educate its studentsContinue reading “Why Having School on Veterans Day is an Utter Disrespect to America”
The Aftermath: Prologue & Chapter 1 (Reading of the Week)
Jason Davids glanced at his bedroom clock. Seven nineteen. Twenty-four hours had passed since one of the darkest moments of his life. He sighed and fell back on his unmade bed. He curled into the fetal position and tried with all of his might to will the horrifying image out of his mind.
He had not slept a wink in thirty-seven hours. He glanced at his clock again. Seven twenty. You can do this Jason, he urged himself silently. Just get up and go. Go tell them the truth. Tell everyone at Alyssa’s party that you found Andy’s body. Tell them that he looked dead. Tell them about the horror in Chantal’s eyes when she came rushing up the stairs. Make sure you tell them that it is entirely your fault.
Upcoming Author Radio Interview
Stacy will be interviewed Wednesday morning on 95.9FM to discuss her two new books: The Battle for Innocence and The Forces Within. The radio station can be streamed live here: http://959watd.com/streaming/ When: 7/23 at 9:20am Where: 95.9 FM “The South Shores Morning News”
In Loving Memory of Ryan Murphy
November 30, 2001 At six o’clock am on Friday morning my heart was shattered into a million pieces. Tears splurged from my eyes as I collapsed to the floor of my friend Krissy’s Dorm room at Bridgewater State College. My mother’s frantic voice spoke to me through my cellular phone, but I could not evenContinue reading “In Loving Memory of Ryan Murphy”
An Argument AGAINST MCAS Testing
In 1999 the National Academy of Sciences stated that “no single test score can be considered a definitive measure of a student’s knowledge.” (www.scam-mcas.org) The Massachusetts Comprehensive Assessment System (MCAS) is a test given to students in the fourth, eighth, and tenth grades. Starting with the class of 2003, students are required to pass theContinue reading “An Argument AGAINST MCAS Testing”
Harvard University Architecture: Memorial Hall
When walking through Boston’s renowned Harvard Yard, one may scope out the mixture of architecture throughout its landscape. From the traditional Memorial Hall influenced by Romanesque churches, to the Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts, Harvard Yard is like a salad bowl of architecture. Perhaps because I am a lover of Victorian style structures, orContinue reading “Harvard University Architecture: Memorial Hall”
COMING THIS MONTH!
Coming to Barnes & Noble, Amazon, and other retailers this month
Review of Montgomery Lake High #3 – To Be Released Spring 2014
In anticipation of its public release, The Battle for Innocence was read and reviewed by a 7th grader at Pollard Middle School in Needham, Massachusetts. “Jon Anderson’s heart pounded heavily against his chest as he opened Chris Dunkin’s front door. He had walked through that door thousands of times before, but never during one ofContinue reading “Review of Montgomery Lake High #3 – To Be Released Spring 2014”
Official Release of “The Aftermath”
On sale today at Barnes & Noble and Amazon.com The Aftermath follows Jason Davids’ journey of self-discovery, as he tries to overcome a destructive lifestyle. Jason, a high school freshman, has been caught up in drug use for the past two years. After a natural disaster strikes his town and lands one of his classmates in a coma,Continue reading “Official Release of “The Aftermath””
Bullying: Massachusetts study links bullying, family violence (LA Times)
By Eryn Brown, Los Angeles Times April 22, 2011, 12:11 p.m. A new study underscores something researchers have known for some time with regard to bullying: that kids involved with it are more likely to display risk factors such as poor grades and drug and alcohol use.They’re also more likely to have witnessed or been directly involvedContinue reading “Bullying: Massachusetts study links bullying, family violence (LA Times)”
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