The Contact Page

Hi. John here. The best way to contact me depends upon the nature of your inquiry. So:

Questions about press and publicity should be directed to Elyse Marshall, whose email address is elyse.marshall((@)), except obviously without the parentheses.

Questions about movie rights and other things that involve money should go to my agent, the lovely and tenacious Jodi Reamer at Writers House. Her email address is jreamer((@))

The person to talk to about library visits and speaking engagements is Ashley Fontillas at the Penguin Speakers Bureau, who can be reached at Ashley.Fontillas((@)) (It should be noted that I travel very rarely these days.) My speaker profile can be found here.

If you would like to purchase signed copies of my books, you can do so through the first great bookstore love of my life, The Book Cellar in Chicago. Email words(@) and let them know the titles in which you are interested.

If you wish to send me something in the actual mail because you want to support the good men and women of the United States Postal Service, you are welcome to do so care of my publisher, Dutton Books for Young Readers, at 345 Hudson Street in the great city of New York, NY, zip code 10014. My P.O. Box is number 30152 in Indianapolis, IN 46230. However, please note that I do not reply to snail mail. There are no exceptions to this rule. I do not even reply to snail mail from my mom.

You can follow me on Twitter at @RealJohnGreen or like me on Facebook at JohnGreenFans. I also have a Tumblr and an Instagram at @JohnGreenWritesBooks

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Destiny D. December 12, 2014 at 10:24 pm

Dear Mr. Green
I know its kind of cliche to write to an author of a book that you like. Knowing that you wrote a book about a girl and boy writing to the author of a book they like. But, I had to some how say thay its very seldom that I read a book, and if I read it, it has to be something I’m absolutely into. I read and watched The Faults in Our Stars. And trust me I Loved it!!! Theirs a lot of questions that I’m curious about…
Sincerely, Destiny D.


Sam December 12, 2014 at 11:24 pm

You need to call me right now at 817-673-8806 I need to praise you for your glorious and fun loving open letters you do. I watch you almost every day in history and I basically love your videos. I want to thank you personally.


Lo December 13, 2014 at 12:46 am

Mr. Green
My roommate has not stopped talking about Paper Towns being made into a movie, since it came about. It was her absolute goal for Paper Towns to be her first major film. She is a film student and is brilliant at what she does. Working on films day and night. It would be a pleasure and a wonderful Christmas present to tell her I heard back, or she could have a possible opportunity to sit in and see her dreams.
Thank you!


Caitie December 13, 2014 at 4:04 am


I have always been a fan of your books. IN fact, one of my favourite books you’ve written is Looking for Alaska

I was given the Christmas book trio you recently participated in for my birthday, and I was so excited. I loved this story, but the overall enjoyment was ruined because of some of the language you chose to use throughout it. You are a grown man, with children, and write books that greatly impact children. You have power in your language. I don’t know whether you were trying to use “slang” to connect with youths or if you actually think using phrases like fag, gay or retarded as insults are acceptable, but you need to recognize the power in your words.


Anamarija December 13, 2014 at 7:20 pm

Dear John Green,
You’re books are amazing, I’m so grateful because you wrote a story like The fault in our stars because now people can see that life is not easy. And that every minute someone dyies. So we have to be grateful on what we have,not selfish or arrogant. Thank you John Green.. :)


Jasmine W. December 14, 2014 at 1:10 am

Hi Mr. Green,

I would like to say that you are just such an amazing author and whenever I hear of a new book that you are writing, I jump up and down knowing that it will be fantastic. Please keep writing!!!!! :):)


Erica D. December 14, 2014 at 2:14 am

Dear Mr. Green,
I’m inlove with The Fault In Our Stars. Its so emotional…like I think you just like messing with people and their feelings. I kinda wish that Hazel and Gus were real, without the dying part cause that would just be pain depressing. This is the first book I read by you, if it wasn’t for my friend insisting I read it, which I sorta regret cause I couldn’t stop crying, but they were tears of joy, but mostly sadness…. Anyway I just had like one question, does Hazel die soon after Gus? Also if you were like the hole universe (which in the book you kinda are cause wrote it.) would you make it where they meet in heaven or wherever you go when you dead?


marcela December 14, 2014 at 4:19 pm

hi john Green im marcela and im in love with your books I just now finished THE FAULT IN OUR STARS im in love with it. I do have one question when Augustus waters dies what does hazel do does she ever fight her cancer or does she die? im like hazel ask Lidewij Vliegentnart questions and I cant stop thinking about it. please answer me back as soon as possible


Arthur December 14, 2014 at 5:05 pm

That is also what im wondering!


Sydney December 17, 2014 at 4:46 pm

Me too! I can’t quite fathom the ending…
It almost seems like An Imperial Affliction which Hazel so loved, but couldn’t quite envisage the cessation!
It’s a nullifying, yet harmonious ending.


Arthur December 14, 2014 at 5:04 pm

Dear Mr John Green,

I am a big fan of your books TFIOS and Looking for alaska i own both books and im getting the movie TFIOS for Christmas this year and i am currently wondering when Looking for alaska will be out for a movie!


Adri From Nebraska December 14, 2014 at 10:04 pm

Dear Mr. Green,
I’d like to take a moment to just thank you and then another moment to thank your brain. (Yeah, that was weird. But I wouldn’t question it, because your brain needs special recognition too.) I thank you for allowing your brain to run freely through your works, creating the masterpieces I reread multiple times a year. I live in Nebraska, I don’t go on adventures and so there’s no real chance of any thing noteworthy occurring. (Maybe one year the corn will grow from the sky, that would be amazing.) My city is currently most known for Gage, a Christmas sweater wearing pet sheep running around unattended. (If you haven’t heard, Google will be of great service to you.) The biggest scandal Nebraskans are facing at this time is the fact Bo Pelini was fired. I’ve given enough Nebraska sucks corn husks examples. I said that to say that Nebraska is boring, nothing really happens here, and when I read your books I have a chance to escape the cornfields, husker fans, and pet farm animals and live in a world full of heartbreak, love, confusion, problems crazier than my own, and perfect endings. I’ve never read from an author that could break my heart and make me fall in love the way you can. Thank you for allowing me find an Abundance of Katherines with my good friends, Will Grayson and Will Grayson while we passed through Paper Towns that summer we were Looking for Alaska.
Your devoted reader amid the dormant corn seeds,
- Adrianna (ay-dree-on-na)


Rachel December 14, 2014 at 11:50 pm

Dear Mr Green,
I’m sure you are very busy but I was wondering if you could answer a couple of questions about “The Fault In Our Stars”? Only because I did not understand the ending. Mind you it was beautifully written. I was curious if you choose to ending the book like “An Imperial Affliction”? I am very curious if Hazel dies. The abruptness of the book was soul tingling. I loved the way you captured the feelings of a girl who is in love, her struggle with life. I would love to know your inspiration for the book as well. Another thing if I may be so bold. Her mother does she contuine with school? This is he frist book I have read by you and it was amazing. I read it in two days. I fell in love with the chacaters and was sadden to read where “Gus” dies. More so how. Is there a reason why Hazel wasn’t there for his death? I know it’s a lot of questions and I understand if you cannot answer them. I honestly just wanted to say, you’re a amazing writer. I look forward to reading more of your books.


Ashley December 14, 2014 at 11:52 pm

Dear Mr. Green,
I don’t even know how to start this. I have just read The Fault in our Stars after a terribly long time of trying to avoid the spoiler alerts from the public. I can’t even begin to describe how amazing this book is! It truely touched my heart how you made me able to fall for Augustus and think as Hazel does. Many times throughout the book, I found myself lost in the text as if it was first person, like I was Hazel telling the story. Your diction was precise and absolutely perfect for this book. It made the story seem real like I was interviewing Hazel. Also, you made it so clear who was speaking at every point which not many authors do. This book was like Hazel’s sequel to “An Imperial Affliction”. You turned me into Hazel due to the fact that this story also ended abruptly. I would like to know as Hazel did if you will ever answer the questions of what happened to the cast. If Hazel lived, what happens to Ausustus’s parents, etcetera. This book just continues to amaze me of how it really is a metaphor to “An Imperial Affliction” and Hazel’s story. Even though it is fiction, you made it seem so real and I just want to thank you for you amazing talent and for writing this extraordinary work of literature!
PS. Thank you to you and your brother for your amazing videos they really are a huge help.
Thanks again!


Nicholi December 15, 2014 at 5:34 am

Dear Mr. Green-
I think I need to inform you that I’m drunk so I’m going to sound really dumb, but I wouldn’t have the guts to do this if I wasn’t intoxicated so here we go. Sorry for drunk mail. Please blame my best friend, Monika, because she said I had to do this.
I’ve read all of your books and I love them all. I think Will Grayson Will Grayson is probably my personal favorite, but that’s just me.
I’m…not exactly a writer, but I’m trying to be. I’ve been writing stories and books since I was about 13 and I’m 23 now so hopefully I’ve improved a lot. I’m not sure if that’s relevant, but it’s a thing.
Anyway, onward to what I’m possibly being blackmailed to do. First I have to tell you about this stupid dream I had because I that’s what started this whole stupid situation. Please don’t be concerned because there were no satanic rituals or animal sacrifices involved. The gist was that there was a lot of liquor and karaoke singing involved and it was a hilarious and awesome time. Ansel Elgort was also there. Stephen Hawking was there too. My dreams are really crazy. Anyway, my best friend told me that you must be invited to do karaoke with us one day. I don’t think we’ve ever done karaoke ourselves, but if for some reason you’re in this hellish abyss known as Utah and if you must dance and sing then you should invite Ansel Elgort and Stephen Hawking and make some poor little idiot’s dream come true.
On a completely different note, I know that An Imperial Affliction isn’t a real book, but I don’t think anyone would really know the book as well as you do. Is there any possibility that An Imperial Affliction will be made into a reality? If so I would probably fangirl and then die. Metaphorically die, anyway.
Thanks for enduring the written communications of the drunken fool that is me. You’ll probably get an apology some time after I’ve sobered up.
Sincerely, Nick
P.S. My (only) friend, Monika informed me that she thought you were far more attractive than Ansel Elgort. I honestly thought that she was kidding, but she was one-hundred percent serious.I’m not sure where I was going with this…but that really did happen. Just in case you have a bad day remember someone thinks you’ve got it going on. Oh yeah. And all the drunk I’ve been hiding is coming out so this P. S. is over now.


Blake Cooper December 15, 2014 at 9:56 am

Dear Mr Green

I would just like to know if you are writing about a certain girl in your books looking for alaska and Paper towns.I loved both books and i noticed alot of similiarities between alaska and margo when i first read them.It sounds cliche but are you writing about the one that got away? I would like to know so if you could get back to me that would be amazing .


Emily, Sydney, and anonymous December 15, 2014 at 11:27 am

Dear Mr. Green,

Although we are big fans of your books, we are here to address something else. Your YouTube Crash Course, is the only reason we are passing our AP world history class. Our incompetent teacher has many times sent us to your videos to learn “as a way of teaching.” So basically, YOU are our AP world history teacher. Thank you John Green. Thank. You.

(p.s. while you are filming paper towns, we are five minutes away!)


Avu December 15, 2014 at 2:34 pm

Dear Mr John Green
My name is Avu and I’m from South Africa. I really love your book (am crazy about it, The Faut In Our Stars, and I enjoy watching your movie. I felt like I was really with them through the the whole book, you are truly such an amazing writer. I was saddened to read that Augustus died (I literally cried). Your book is so well written and am looking forward to reading more of your books, and quiet frankly “I’d read your grocery lists”


chirurgia estetyczna December 16, 2014 at 4:52 am

Strona świadczy o interesujących wydarzeniach, zachęcam do dyskusji Gabinet
Medycyny Estetycznej Gliwice


Cebo Mtshemla December 16, 2014 at 10:39 am

Dear Mr John Green
I read your book ‘The fault in our stars’ for the first time a couple months ago. Oh, I cannot get my mind of that book. The story is absolutely amazing.
I’m acting like how Hazel Grace was over ‘AIA’ as you abbreviated in the book.
I cannot only give ‘tfios’ credit because you have written other great books like ‘Looking for Alaska’, ‘An Abundance of Katherins’ and a couple more.
Unfortunately your collection only has a few books, but I’m looking forward to reading your whole collection, and I will keep an eye out for new books as I am more than willing to read them.
Frankly I would read you grocery list.
Kind Regards
Cebokazi Simelela Mtshemla (age 13)


Hannah Ridley December 16, 2014 at 3:31 pm

Mr. Green, I am currently writing a research report in my College English class. I am in eleventh grade, so I get more hands on with my professor. She suggested I write about someone that I am intrigued by. I choose you to do my research paper on. It is the final paper in my class and worth half my grade. I figured it would be an amazing activity seeing as you participate in so many things and have an amazing story. I came to a dilemma when I realized that there were not an abundance of reliable sources. Without reliable sources, I will fail the final paper. I was writing to see if you could give me any tips on where to find reliable sources on you.
Hannah Ridley


Sophia Keenan December 16, 2014 at 5:26 pm

I’ll keep it short as I’m sure you’ve heard it all before, but The Fault In Our Stars has got me back into reading and I just cried continually from chapter fifteen to chapter twenty-five. It’s hard to express in words how much it has meant to me, so I will just say thank you.


nat December 16, 2014 at 7:49 pm

literally Mr. john Green may i say you are they Peter Van Houten without the drinking and crazy part of him, and i know how every one is asking if hazel dies at the end of the Fault In Our Stars, and I’m almost 100 percent sure she does die. I mean you do leave us to guess just like Peter Van Houten did in Imperial Affliction. Through out the book you hint to us how hazel is getting worse and worse. Her lungs filling faster, one of the longest people to be on what she calls Phillip without dying and suffering from a broken heart cant help that either. Plus the book ends with one measly sentence “i do Augustus, i do” For me that symbolizes the same thing hazel thought while she read Imperial Affliction. i don’t know i just thought i should say something about the subject. Maybe I’m just hoping you will answer back .
yours truly devoted fan


I DONT KNOW December 16, 2014 at 8:41 pm


I am planning on writing you a letter, but I was wondering if I left my email, you would respond. I just have a few questions/comments. I don’t care, I just wanted to know.


Alysa D. December 16, 2014 at 8:43 pm

Dear Mr. Green,

I am a grade 12 student, planning on writing about you in a philosophy essay, which is worth 10% of my final grade. I am aspired by your incredible accomplishments, your unique writing style, and your informational videos on Youtube (which I have subscribed to all your channels and watch as many videos as I can); hence why I am selecting you as my topic of discussion. The questions being asked is “What period in their life gave them purpose and meaning?”

I can only imagine how incredibly busy an accomplished author is, however I can not express enough how eternally grateful I would be if you could take a moment to write back.

Yours with great admiration,
Alysa D.


Taylor December 16, 2014 at 8:52 pm

Dear Mr. Green

I really love your books and really loved your book The Fault In Our Stars.
I look forward to reading more of your books and I just hope and wish someday I can actually meet you and get you to sign my book for me cause it would mean the world to me


Rael Smith December 16, 2014 at 10:08 pm

Dear Mr.Green,
I love your book The Fault in our stars.I just wish Gus did’nt die. But i cried in the end


Bartholemew December 16, 2014 at 11:37 pm

Firstly, I love your books
Secondly, as I have searched the internet a few times over and can’t find anything to help me, would you give me advice (if you have the time, of course) on a book i’ve been wanting to write? I’ve been working on it for a while, but nothing seems to fit, and it would help to have another opinion on it, particularly from someone as good at writing as yourself.
Third-off (thirdly?), I DO understand if you don’t have the time, people are busy, you probably are too, so don’t worry (not that you would :P) about it if you don’t have time to respond.



Bio Clinic December 16, 2014 at 11:38 pm

Fajne spojrzenie na myśl, każdy powinien rozczytać dodatkowo zaznajomić się z motywem.


jessica Adriana December 17, 2014 at 4:15 am

Dear Mr. Green
My name is Jessica Adriana. I live in Indonesia. I read your book “The Fault In Our Stars”. It’s the great book.
Firstly, i want to say that you’re book is great and inspiring. I want to ask you some questions about Hazel’s life after Gus death. How is Hazel’s life? Is she still sorrow after Gus death? And how about Isaac, is he still believe in true love? And why Gus and Hazel’s ” Favourite” words is ‘Okay’?
I hope that you will send me an e-mail for rhe answer.

With love,
Jessica Adriana
( 12 years old)


Ajara December 17, 2014 at 4:37 am

Dear Mr Green

I wonder did you cry when you “kill” the best character in the Fault in our stars or did you smile, laugh and had a cup of tea with satan?
you left the story unfinished, because after reading so many questions remained about the other characters. It is a violation of the unwritten contract between author and reader, do not you think so?


anxo/spain December 17, 2014 at 2:25 pm

querido Sr Green le amo y usted podria decirme si Hazel tiene otro amor fugaz o si Issac vuelve con Mónica son preguntas que todo el día me revuelven la cabeza me encantaría que leyese este mensaje

Un gran beso uno de sus millones de fans KISS


Sydney Sweeney December 17, 2014 at 4:47 pm

Dear Sir John Green,

Hello! My name is Sydney Sweeney. I am a desirous reader and found your work phenomenally prodigious. I am a fourteen year old Junior Cert Student and I live in Ireland. Conventionally, one would go through the process of building up to the thesis of their motif of ones contact, but I am going to skip right to it.
It takes outstanding work for an author to impress me, but you had a tenacious grip on me almost immediately after I began reading your first book, Looking For Alaska.
Your profound intelligence and humor confounded me and I found myself at a perennial scrutiny to continue reading on! :)
I see no exigency to apprise your works; perusing your every novel, but i must say, with superlative acquiescence in your works, my most favorite would have been The Fault In Our Stars.
The way you assiduously and sublimely described Hazel Grace Lancaster’s feelings when Augustus Waters died rendered me almost speechless in my mind! I felt almost like I actually was her, feeling her and her feelings.
I felt like I WAS Hazel Grace.
As I sit here, typing my maximal appreciation of your work, i seem to be dumbfounded?
I would love to speak with you about your works, and in general, speak to you. I would consider you as my favorite author!
If you would like to contact me, if you have the time, any time at all would be exemplary!
Please e-mail me back!
I don’t think i could contain my delirium if you did reply, but please do!

Yours, most faithfully and loyally,


Grace Findlay December 17, 2014 at 11:16 pm

Dear John Green
I very much doubt that you will see this message given that you have a very busy schedule, especially while you are currently filming Paper Towns – congratulations, by the way!

First of all I would like to say how much I LOVE your books. I have read all of them. My favourite would be The Fault In Our Stars. I have read TFIOS 6 times now – yes, you read that correctly. You are a fantastic writer and I really felt like I was ‘there’ with Hazel.

I also love to watch your videos on Youtube with your brother Hank. They are so entertaining and I feel like I can really relate to them – I am a nerdfighter myself. I have watched about 20 so far and love them. You guys really cheer me up as I have been having a bad time lately at school.

Coming to this point, I would like to thank some very special people of the Nerdfighting community today. As you may have heard, the terrible attacks on the Lindt Chocolate Cafe in Sydney have occurred 3 days ago. I live in Sydney and I had always used to go to that cafe. I was very upset to hear 2 of the 17 hostages had been killed (along with the gunman). Anyway, I caught the bus in today to go and see the makeshift memorial, made of so many tributes in the form of flowers and cards and gifts. It was a very sad and touching sight. I now come to the point of my letter. I was walking around the sea of flowers and a poster caught my eye. It had a beautiful quote – I wish I could remember it; but I didn’t want to take a photo, as that would be a sign of disrespect. Below the quote was the words ‘Our condolences to the victims of the Sydney siege and their families – from the Australian Nerdfighters. It then listed all the cities – ‘Sydney nerdfighters, Brisbane nerdfighters e.c.t. This made me burst into tears as I realised how kind people can be in this world. I was also very moved by the poster and thought to myself that ‘that’s me, they’re representing me.’

I don’t know if you have any association with this at all but I just thought I’d inform you of how very proud I am of the Nerdfighing community.

I wish you and your family a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
Kind regards,
Grace Findlay
13 years old.


Raiane Rodrigues December 18, 2014 at 1:29 am

Oi John Green,
meu nome é Raiane, tenho 16 anos , gostaria de saber se Alasca Young, do livro ” Quem é você Alasca? ” cometeu suicídio ou se foi um acidente, e se o Gordo (Miles Hanter) descobre quem realmente ela é, se ele descobre que ela não é apenas os olhos verdes , o sorriso meio torto da Monalisa, e as curvas desconcertantes da perna dela, se ele descobre o que ela estava pensando quando ela estava indo levar as flores até o túmulo da mãe dela, e quais foram realmente as últimas palavras de Alasca Young. Porque depois de ela ter falado para o Gordo ” mas estou com sono, continuamos depois? ” ela encontrou com o Tatumi a caminho do carro, e explicou o que estava acontecendo, então, quais foram as últimas palavras dela? Ela realmente gostava do Gordo? Ou só o beijou porque era pervertida?
Por favor, se poder me responder essas perguntas eu ficaria muita grata, estou muito apreensiva em saber suas últimas palavras ! Desde já, agradeço !
Abraços .


Tiffany December 18, 2014 at 9:19 am

Dear Mr Green,

Is it weird to call you ‘Mr Green’? I’m trying to be formal, although it’s clearly not working. Anyway, I’m writing this letter having just finished reading your book ‘Paper Towns’, with the intention of receiving answers to some questions I have regarding the stories’ characters and what happens to them after the end of the book. I know that Margo Roth Speilgman and Quentin go their separate ways and that Margo makes a promise to keep in touch with Q. However, I do not know and I do so very, very much wish to know if she keeps her promise. I also wish to learn if Ben and Lacey continue their relationship (I’m assuming they do, but I still feel the need to confirm this with you.) Do Radar’s parents end up buying that old mans black Santa collection? But most, most, most of all I want to know what happens to Margo after the book concludes. Does she move to NewYork? Does she find a boy and fall in love or does she live her life the same way she always has, creating a life with roots and connections and then ripping them out of the ground just for the thrill of leaving?

I understand if you don’t have answers or simply don’t want to answer my questions, but it would greatly appreciated if you could answer at least one.

With love and adoration,

Tiffany -Maree


torres December 18, 2014 at 10:02 am

i mean i understand that well he is wel gone but do tell me wahts hazels epilouge i mean you dont just get over it in 3 seconds just like hazel asked peter van houten im asking you i wonder how you come up with a story so prodigious that it makes you think how? why? when? were? whoo? I wanted to give you my dearest thank you for the best most breathtaking,stupendous book in my whole inactivity life thank you and one more thing epilouge? i mean you had to think about something for hazel i am willing to wait forever and a dya for an apalouge for the most marvelous book called “the fault in our stars” and maybe you might no even be reading this but i believe that at hte end of the day you might change your mind becauses sometimes thats all you can do wait and wait and wait seeking that some day just some day tyou might finally be notice wether it is dead or alive that there is hope because you out of all people believe that someday there might be a chance for this world to change beacause some infinities are morethan bigger infinities


Amy December 18, 2014 at 10:44 am

John, i would like to personally thank you. I dont want to write toouch on here in fear my daughter will see it but you have no idea how much you have changed our lives!


Piper DeVito December 18, 2014 at 10:54 am

Dear John Green,
My name is Piper DeVito. I go to Switzerland Point Middle School in St. Johns County, Florida. I recently finished reading, one of your very popular books, The Fault in Our Stars. I am currently enrolled in an elective class called ‘Adventures in Reading’ here at SPMS. In this class we read (obviously) and then do projects relating to the book we read. This is the class in which I read your book and I can tell you this is one of the best books I have ever read. Other than reading I enjoy listening to music and hanging out with my best friends, Morgan and Haylee.
What first made me interested in this book is that my mom and step sister read the book. They were always referencing and talking about this book and obviously, because I had not yet read the book, I couldn’t understand the references. So I decided to read the book to see if it was as good as everyone made it out to be. It defiantly was. I relate to Hazel because she is very down to earth and shy but after you get to know her she is very outgoing.
I have a few questions about your past.
Have you always liked to write?
What did you do before you were an author?
What inspired you to write TFIOS?
Did you have a personal experience similar to the story line of TFIOS?
I think it would really cool to have a sequel including things like what happens to Hazel later in life. Does she get married? Does she have kids (if possible)? I just wanted to write you and say you are an excellent author and I look forward to reading more of your books in the future.
Piper Devito


Claudia December 18, 2014 at 12:08 pm

My name is Claudia are Italian and I come from Sardinia, I read the book, and after you finish it after 4 days I found the film on the internet and I watched it. is a MASTERPIECE. is a book to cherish. while I was reading it I imagined all the scenes, I did not care if it was a novel and then all over for me was real magic. when Augustus died I said: “O my God, can not be. NO NO” I cried a lot. But there remained the vilest when I closed the book (I do not say definitively because it will take up again in his hand) I want to know what happens to Hazel, his family and the family of Augustus and Isaac !! returning to the novel I hope with all my heart that we face another similar, do not say the same because otherwise it would be boring. I will if I have to tell the truth I did not know “Blame the Stars” I was curious and I am now obsessed with this novel !! I also read “Seek Alaska” and other novels, but I’m not sure !! PS. a sequel to “Blame the Stars” even if it’s two lines really deserves worldwide!
Sincerely Mr. Green


bellapergot December 18, 2014 at 3:22 pm

hi Mrs. Green,
ı dont want to share my name in the internet. but ı using bella in the internet. okay, ı have to say you something. ı live in Turkey. ı sure you dont know Turkey. Mrs. Green you have to visit here. but ı want to say you another thing. ı started a book. which is like the fault in our stars. its hard to explain now. if you interest, you can write me. like Van Houten ha!
throw my head. where ı get little infinity for each.


Mery December 18, 2014 at 4:41 pm

Dearest Mr. John Green (author of my favorite book: The Fault In Our Stars), my name is Maria Sorvillo, I am 12 years old and live in Italy. Now the may sound strange, but I, as Hazel Grace Lancaster, I decided to write to ‘author of my favorite book to make some questions about the ending of the book “The Fault In Our Stars”:
1)Hazel then dies or not? And if it does not die becomes engaged to someone else? O gets engaged to Isaac?
2)Peter Van Houten wrote another book in Hazel like?
3)Parents of Augustus, Gus, as they continue their life?
Mr. Green maybe so I asked her to make a real final… But for me it would be an honor to be the only one to know the continuous….
Maria Sorvillo


Salvador December 18, 2014 at 8:36 pm

Hello Mr. Green, my name is Salvador and I am 15 years old. First of all I would like to congratulate you on being such a great writter, I´m new to your books, but my love for them is growing higher then the tension in a Quentin Tarantino film. Anyway, I just finished LOOKING FOR ALASKA and I loved it, the characters, the plot, the message, etc. But the thing that I liked the most is that I was able to relate to Miles, not because of the loss of a friend, or because of the smoking, or because of the boarding school, but because of the kind of love that Miles feels towards Alaska, and that even though that (spoiler warning) she dies, he keeps looking for an answer and I believe that hope is what keeps him going, hope that she loved him more then she loved Jake, hope that one day they could both be together. So my question is the following: Supposing that Alaska never died and that she came back to room 43 the next day relieved she made it to her mother´s grave, do you believe that Alaska and Miles would be able to have a future together? That even though the odds, they would be able to become a couple?

Thank you very much for your attention


roznoszenie ulotek December 18, 2014 at 11:24 pm

Każdy spośród nas zetknął się z tematem,
polecam zapoznanie się z problemem.


J.P.H December 19, 2014 at 2:43 am

Dear Mr. Green,
I wish to write under better circumstances but thus I am not. Yesterday my best friend and little sister committed suicide. This is the second suicide at our school in two years. Both were friends of mine but the young man that committed suicide I can not say I knew as well. what made me write on this comment thing is that I wanted to say that Looking for Alaska perfectly portays a schools reaction to a sudden death. The confusion, the student body trying in there own ways to greive and comfort each other. I can relate to Miles and The Colonel of there anguish, frustration and grieve. (On a side noteTo be honest I have not read any of your other novels. but have seen all of your a.p world youtube videosthanks for the help for cramming for the final). I do not blame my self for her death, and I am getting support from the adults and friends in my life. I am at a lost for words to describe the quietness at our school today. This young woman reminded of Alaska, Crazy, unpredictable, troubled home life, beautiful, flirty, trust worthy and loved by many. Im impressed by your accuracy of this book. I read it for the first time about 6 years ago. and I reread it again this summer.


ayushi gaur December 19, 2014 at 12:02 pm

world is huge. is’nt it? and for people with all the dreams and stuff, its even larger. i am not writing this to tell you that how much i adore your books or to tell you my love for your work. i have no idea whether you’ll read this or not. i hope you will. same as hazel, who wrote to peter van houten expecting a reply. i am in 12th standard and i have a lot to say ! but i dont know where. i speak through words.. same as you do. i want you to read those words. i want you to love them. and i am sure you will :D i have always had this dream to be what you are. will you listen to me?


April Harris December 19, 2014 at 4:40 pm

Wanting to know what happens at the end of the story line for hazel grace in the fault in our stars
I would like to know what happens to hazel grace Lancaster in the end just after Augustus waters passes away what happens to hazel grace dose she come free from the cancer or does she just keep living on as the same person

Thankyou would like to here more from you

Kind regards April Harris


Isabelle E. Botelho December 19, 2014 at 6:18 pm

Hello Mr. Green,

First I would like to apologize for my bad english, I’m from Brazil and I never had the chance to travel outside my country. Second, I don’t think this simple comment will be able to explain how much you mean to me. I know it sounds cliche, or maybe… “Sounds too much Hazel”, but you’re my favorite author, and I am sure to say that you changed my life. I wish I could have some email to write for you, but at least I’m trying here. I have this dream of write a book and publish. It used to sound so silly before, because… I’m just a seventeen years old girl… What kind of good idea I could have to write a book? But after I meet you, I felt everyday more inspired and motivated. You have changed soo much my life, I am so thankful for it. I wish I could thank you in person, wish I could hug you and say how happy I become after I start to believe in my dreams and in myself. And that’s all because of you. Thank you, John, for being this amazing human being you are. I know that i say this, not just for me, but for a million persons as well.

With all my heart, sincerely, Isa.


Becca December 19, 2014 at 10:56 pm

Hi! I just wanted to tell you that I really have fallen in love with your book The Fault In Our Stars. There’s so much truth in your words. I just wanted to say that I’m a huge fan :)


josalynn December 20, 2014 at 5:26 pm

please email me


Bethlehem December 20, 2014 at 7:34 pm

Dear John Green
i reed looking for Alaska.
Your books are written really machined, it is really enrichments but so terribly sorry I have died myself really excited when Alaska died and the worst I do not know where Alaska waned to go.
I can imagine it
but had she really to die?
or are you not a friend of happyands?
or are you just good at writing sad books?
I would like to know
oh and have you soon to prescribe a new book?
or have you been working on one ?
I still wanted to say I’m in a bording school and it really is as well not quite, we hide even for teachers when we go smoke and for educators too but i think that is funny and it has somethng adventurous.
generally it is like your discription the live in an bording school it is pretty good but I digress
I wanted to say they continue to write as good but maybe a bit more positive but maybe not its your thing.
love greetings
  Bethlehem Schattenfroh
Ps: I’m from Germany that is why the grammar is so bad sorry!
maybe you have the time to reply my comment in an email ?


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