Guest, Stacy Padula was a talented young writer who turned her passion into entrepreneurship by creating not just multiple Christian based book series but also a tutoring company, publishing company and a not for profit company focused on animal rescue. It's an impressive journey that will inspire you and those that are still in their teens to accomplish great things regardless of age or position. Her bio below does full justice to her accomplishments. I was thrilled to have the opportunity to interview Stacy.
About Stacy Padula
Young Adult author Stacy A. Padula, a native of Pembroke, Massachusetts who resides in Plymouth, Massachusetts has accrued years of experience working with adolescents as a college counselor, mentor, life coach, and youth group leader. In 2019, the International Association of Top Professionals (New York, NY) named Padula “Top Educational Consultant of the Year” and “Empowered Woman of the Year” for 2020. Padula is the CEO/founder of both South Shore College Consulting & Tutoring and Briley & Baxter Publications, as well as the author of two young adult book series: “Gripped” and “Montgomery Lake High.”
Padula’s first novel, “The Right Person,” was published in 2010. In 2011, “When Darkness Tries to Hide” was published, and it was followed by “The Aftermath” in 2013. In 2014, both “The Battle for Innocence” and “The Forces Within” were released to complete her “Montgomery Lake High” book series. Throughout 2019 and 2020, she released a new series titled “Gripped,” which takes place in the same world as Montgomery Lake High but focuses on different main characters. Multiple books in her Gripped series became #1 New Releases in their genre on Amazon. In 2019, she also wrote her first screenplay, an adaptation of her novel “The Aftermath,” and worked on a pilot script for “Gripped,” which was embraced by Hollywood producers.