Top 15 Tips for Media Interviews

May 28, 2013By justinaAmy Cuddy, Cathy Oloffson, CJ Liu, Dave Yewman, Edelman, Lida360, Moms Rising, Return to Me, TED, Waggener Edstrom, What Now: Survival Guide for the Blindsided and Brokenhearted No Comments

After being interviewed by the truly remarkable MomsRising radio show for RETURN TO ME and WHAT NOW, here are some crowdsourced top tips for conducting a radio interview. All of this is gleaned from working with marvelous PR experts over the years, from Waggener Edstrom to Edelman. As well, media trainer and radio personalities have … Read More

Modern Mom: 5 Survival Tips

May 14, 2013By justinabetrayal, divorce, Justina Chen, Modern Mom, Return to Me, surviving an affair, What Now, What Now: Survival Guide for the Blindsided and Brokenhearted No Comments

After I finished writing RETURN TO ME, I realized I had *much* more to say to women. So in three fast-and-furious writing days, a slim self-help companion guide poured out of me. WHAT NOW: SURVIVAL GUIDE FOR THE BLINDSIDED AND BROKENHEARTED is a sister-to-sister manual detailing what to do in the first thirty days after … Read More

Books YA Love

February 20, 2013By justinaBooksYALove, Justina Chen, Return to Me, YA novels No Comments

Such a lovely review for RETURN TO ME from a librarian blogger over at BooksYALove. My favorite line: “Separation and reunion, perception and reality – Justina Chen once again brings readers a story with the right ending in a complex real world.” She really understood that the book was about transforming dust into stardust. And … Read More

RETURN TO ME: Book Party Photo Essay

January 29, 2013By justinaDia Calhoun, Janet Lee Carey, Justina Chen, Little Brown Books for Young Readers, Lorie Ann Grover, Return to Me, Therese Plummer, University Bookstore 4 Comments

My thanks to everyone for celebrating RETURN TO ME at the book launch party on Sunday at the University Bookstore. There, for two hours, we celebrated the transformation of dust to stardust in stories and lives. After laboring over RETURN TO ME for the better part of two years, it was utterly surreal to see … Read More