Write This Way by Justina Chen featuring sweatshirts hoodies Welcome, 2011! Go on. Explore. Sure, you can step carefully, deliberately, but you know the way.
Friendship by Justina Chen on Polyvore.comJoy is spending time with girlfriends who make a difference. For 7 years, a few of my friends and I helped non-profit organizations with business strategy as StrataGem. Tonight, we hit the town to watch The King’s Speech together, which is a rich testament to friendship and faith (and Colin … Read More
Just received the sweetest note from the curator of the Kerlan Collection at the University of Minnesota where some of my papers have been archived: an early draft of GIRL OVERBOARD, research notes for NOTHING BUT THE TRUTH (AND A FEW WHITE LIES), and a few galleys of all my novels. I’m going to have … Read More
Vision Board 2011 by Justina Chen on Polyvore.com My annual ritual: vision boarding with my intention for the coming year. Typically with girlfriends, always with hope. Here it is, Vision Board 2011.
Goodbye, 2010! by Justina Chen featuring enamel brooches “Maybe that is the power of True Love: that in Love’s strong sweep, the shards of the broken past can be brushed aside to herald a new beginning called Now.” –RETURN TO ME
Peridot by Justina Chen on Polyvore.com Inspiration board for next, next novel..
BREAKING NEWS! readergirlz & First Book are giving away more than 125,000 brand-new books to low-income teen readers. They’re great books, too, donated by generous publishers. Among the three dozen choices are P.C. Cast and Kristin Cast’s HOUSE OF NIGHT series and Alyson Noël’s SHADOWLAND. We need your help getting the word out about the … Read More
So blessed this year with my children’s sweet strength…
Possibilities by Justina Chen featuring vintage jewelry My first Polyvore collage, fierce and cute just like my protagonist in RETURN TO ME.
A humble thank you to the Adolescent Literature Action Network (ALAN) for naming NORTH OF BEAUTIFUL as one of the finalists for the 2010 Walden Award. ALAN’s members are among the most influential (and rocking cool) librarians, reviewers, professors, and high school educators in the country. I am profoundly disappointed that I had to cancel … Read More