In The Battle for Innocence by Stacy A. Padula, a Young Adult/Realistic Fiction novel, the main character, Jon Anderson, is thrown into just what the quote above says: a whirlwind. The story is set in western Massachusetts, and is a back-story to the Montgomery Lake High book series.
The Right Person is the debut novel in The Montgomery Lake High Book Series, which follows a large cast of personalities as they navigate through the social waters of high school. Characters include Chantal and Cathy Kagelli, identical twins whose similarities stop at face value (think good vs. evil, naive vs. manipulative); Chris Dunkin, a talented football player whose success is threatened by alcohol and drug abuse; Courtney Angeletti, the mayor’s straightedge daughter who cannot deny her attraction to Chris’ life of the party reputation; and Bryan Sartelli, Courtney’s loyal longterm boyfriend who happens to be best friends with Chris. Whether reading this novel as a teen or an adult, readers will be entertained, intrigued, and inspired by its dynamic array of characters.
Author Stacy Padula was featured, along with KM Doherty, and a couple other young adult authors at B&N's first B-Fest Teen Festival on Saturday 6/11 in Leominster, Mass.
Author Stacy A. Padula will be featured at Barnes & Noble's 2016 B-Fest Teen Book Festival in Leominster, Massachusetts on June 11th. She will be signing books from 12-1:30pm and speaking with teens about her young adult book series. About the Author Stacy Padula, a native of Pembroke, Massachusetts, has accrued years of experience working with adolescents. … Continue reading Stacy Padula to be Featured at Barnes & Noble’s 2016 Teen Book Festival
The Kindle version of "The Aftermath" is on sale this week for only $3.99! Click here to purchase at a discount or start reading a sample for free. Fun Fact: Switchfoot lyrics were a huge inspiration to the plot of this story. Synopsis: For the past two years, Jason Davids has lived a charmed life. … Continue reading April Special!
Stacy Padula's TV interview with Brit from Boston's Bosslady News June 6, 2015