Radio Interview with Jim Masters (CUTV, PBS, ABC)
PRESS RELEASE – PLYMOUTH, MASSACHUSETTS, UNITED STATES, December 13, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — There are millions of teachers all over the world that have a positive effect on children’s lives. What if you also have the advantage of being a gifted author whose books help children combat the harmful effects of social issues like bullying, drugs, and peer pressure?
Stacy Padula is the accomplished author of young adult fiction novels, including five books in a series entitled The Right Person, When Darkness Tries to Hide, The Aftermath, The Battle for Innocence and The Forces Within.
“My books focus on young people and the realistic pressures they face in their perplexing high school years,” says Padula. “With the overwhelming prescription drug problem in our society so prevalent, high school students should be prepared to withstand and defy these challenges.”
Padula’s penchant for writing was so deeply ingrained within her she wrote her first book when she was only six years old. Eventually she started her own tutoring company, South Shore College Consulting and Tutoring, all the while working diligently on her writing. Her first book was published in 2010.
“It was so enriching and thoroughly rewarding owning a company where I can tutor kids, which is the audience I was writing for,” says Padula. “My students would share with me their social experiences, read my books, and give me instrumental feedback, so it was a positive, collaborative effort.”
Padula works with junior and senior high school students assisting them with college selection, applications, and admission essays. This affords her the opportunity to work with young people and write her books.
“Drugs offer an empty, hollow promise that leads these impressionable kids unknowingly down a path of self-destruction,” says Padula. “My ultimate goal is to inspire kids not to give in to these pressures and illustrate how they can find fulfillment turning to God and finding their true passion.”
It was a dream come true for Padula when she saw her books selling in Barnes & Noble. She hopes her students will someday find joy in their future achievements.
“Everyone is born with their own unique gifts and talents,” says Padula. “When you ultimately discover your special calling and destiny, you will find your utmost joy. Everyone possesses a unique destiny to tap into and hopefully we will all impact and inspire many people along our life’s journey.”
CUTV News Radio will feature Stacy Padula in an interview with Jim Masters on December 15th at 3pm EST.
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