Friday, February 02, 2007

Yea for Justine Magazine!

My good buddy, Stephanie Hale (Revenge of the Homecoming Queen, Berkley Jam, July, 2007) made a terrific discovery last weekend. Not only does the February/March issue of Justine Magazine include Top Ten Uses for an Unworn Prom Dress in their round-up of great reads, but one of the prizes you can win through their website Giveaways Galore is a free copy of my book! Check it out for yourself:

http://justineforms.com/feb_mar07/promdress.htm

Go ahead and enter. I hope you win! (See my previous post on my love of the free book.)

And I also need to gush about a pair of Prom ‘07 rhinestone sandals featured in the magazine that you can purchase through this website:

www.rhinestoreroxy.com

Maybe I’ll buy a pair and wear them to my book signings?

In any case, Justine is an up-and-comer among teen magazines. Their editorial content is geared to being at once entertaining, stylish and wholesome, and their pages are bright and lively, filled with beauty and fashion tips, fun celeb profiles, and tons of photos of really cool clothes.

And hey, the editors like my book, so they are definitely YA Fresh!

5 fresh comments:

Kelly Parra said...

I hadn't heard of Justine until you mentioned them, Tina, and the mag is just too cute! Very cool you're being reviewed and promoted in it! =D

stephhale said...

Tina~
My heart went pitter patter when I turned the page and saw your huge ad! I was so excited for you. I love the magazine and immediately added it to my huge list of subscriptions! My mail lady hates me!
xo,
Steph
www.stephaniehale.com

TinaFerraro said...

Thanks, Kelly, and yeah, after discovering Justine myself, I totally endorse it!

And Steph, it's all because of you that I found it, and while your mail lady may hate you (g), we LOVE you here at YA FRESH!

Tina

Janie Emaus said...

I'll have to check out Justine. That is so great that your book is mentioned. BTW, does the name of the magazine mean anything special?

Janie

TinaFerraro said...

Thanks, Janie! Since their departments have names like Just'Media and Just'Style, I assume the title is meant as Just'Teen. But if anyone knows for sure, please let us know!

Tina