A fun video I made about my travels to the Netherlands for the first time to promote the Dutch release of my book Torn.
As a first-time author, there are a few special moments that you never forget. Here are five that happened to me that I will cherish forever.
I’ve just received word that Hachette Book Group (the parent company of Jericho Books, my publisher) is vastly expanding its English-language ebook presence. Some of you have been telling me that the electronic version of my book hasn’t been available in your part of the world, which is as frustrating to me as it is … Read more
You guys have been asking me forever when there would be an audio version of TORN. Wait no longer! You can get it right now! Right this moment! With a click of the mouse, you can hear me personally read my story to you while you work, drive, clean, or work out. Cool, right? Get it … Read more
You guys! The TORN paperback is here, and it’s so cute and little! It totally plays the iPad mini to the hardcover’s iPad—or, heck, you could buy the ebook and actually read it on an iPad. Or all three. The paperback looks the same in front, but the back is different: And here they are, side … Read more
From lifeinreligiouspublishing on Tumblr: My Mother’s Reaction When I Said How Happy I Am That Books Like Torn By Justin Lee Are Being Published I don’t know who this “lifeinreligiouspublishing” person is, but I like them already. 😉
You guys! Look what I got in the mail! It’s the UK edition of TORN (but with a different title). And it looks faaaaaaabulous.
Whew! The last few weeks have been a whirlwind! I got a cold, then the flu, and somehow managed to throw my back out in the midst of it all. (“Throw my back out” is one of those phrases that makes you feel really old, by the way.) Then this past weekend, I was speaking … Read more
To brighten your day, here’s a totally silly humor piece based on my real-life experiences on various TV shows to promote my books and nonprofit work.
I hate self-promotion. But if you want to be an author, you have to learn to live with it.