The Highly Intriguing Book Teens Won’t Want to Put Down

By Mackenzie Wells, Athens, GA Intrigued. That’s the best word to describe how I felt as I read Stacy Padula’s “Gripped 3: The Fallout.” Honestly, I was intrigued by the increasing police interventions, both at the teenagers’ parties and in Taylor Dunkin’s case as it progresses. The very real likelihood of the law catching upContinue reading “The Highly Intriguing Book Teens Won’t Want to Put Down”

Here’s Why Parents of Teens Need to Read The Gripped Book Series

By Mackenzie Wells, Athens, GA “Gripped 3: The Fallout” by Stacy Padula touches upon the use of Adderall, acid, marijuana, alcohol, and Xanax. For that reason, parents may not want their children to read the novel. However, the author feels there is much to be learned.  Even more than the past two books, “Gripped Part 3” demonstratesContinue reading “Here’s Why Parents of Teens Need to Read The Gripped Book Series”

A Threatening Illness Yields a Positive Lesson

April 2000 “If you do not let us treat your daughter immediately, she could slip into a comma, or even die,” the doctor warned, staring sternly at my mother with concerned eyes. “You do not understand!” My mother exclaimed with tears streaming from her eyes. “She can not take that medication, it nearly paralyzed her!”Continue reading “A Threatening Illness Yields a Positive Lesson”

True Ingredients of a Role Model

A role model for life is someone with good character. People with good character not only have respect for others, but also hold to their integrity. People with good character are down to earth, pragmatic, self-sacrificing, and well rounded. These type of people abound with life and know how to utilize their abilities in orderContinue reading “True Ingredients of a Role Model”