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 @JohnGreen or like me on Facebook at JohnGreenFans. I also have a Tumblr and an Instagram at @JohnGreenWritesBooks

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Margarita May 26, 2016 at 1:07 pm

Dear Mr. John Green. I read your third, book and I can say that I am fascinated by the style of your writings, your plot, characters … Alaska became my idol and my heart left an unpleasant aftertaste after the end of the book. In his book “The Fault in Our Stars” you were talking about the fictional book “Imperial Affliction,” which ended at half sentence and Hazel together with Augustus wanted to know the author of what happened after the death of Anna with her family. So, maybe I’m one noticed, but after the “Blame the Stars,” “In Alaska Search” and “Paper Towns” I had one question that relates to all of these books: What happened to Miles, Chip, Hazel, Isaac, Margo, Quentin? whether they meet new friends and new love? If you will have the opportunity and time, please answer me please. Creative success, more inspiration and a bright summer! And of course, waiting for filming “Looking for Alaska”
Thank you for your wonderful books


Melanie June 17, 2016 at 7:11 pm

I think everyone who likes Johns books was thinking at some point in their life ”But what happens to the characters after the book ends?” I’ve thought about it a lot, too. And I gave up writing those kind of messages to John because I know that we’re never gonna get an answer anyway. Instead I was thinking of writing an own end for them. What if Hazel never went happy again after Gus died, or what if she fell in love with Isaac because they started to hang out more, or what if Hazel died? No one knows. Make up your own story. start writing. Maybe you’ll get an idea for your own book. Or do it just for fun, it’s good for your soul. :)


Mábylle May 26, 2016 at 3:30 pm

Dear Mr John Green.

Net inflows all his books and I can say that I am completely enchanted with its style of writing, you and Markus Suzak are without a shadow of doubt my favorite writers, how the Lord develops the plot and the description of the characters are fascinating. I wanted very much to know him one day, but , not everything are flowers Ha ha.
I would like very much that the Lord would one day to have the opportunity to visit Brazil, where it owns fans who love you very much!

Mábylle Pasqualotto, a Brazilian fan. ^^


Sarthak Chugh May 27, 2016 at 9:43 am

Dear Mr.John Green,
I read your book ‘the fault in our stars’. As I finished reading it,something hit my mind,that was what happens to HAZEL GRACE LANCASTER? Like,how does she tackle the problems and be herself again?


Moha June 4, 2016 at 4:04 am

I had the same question, in the story they went to Amsterdam to find an answer about the end of peter book, Weich jhon had the same mistake


Deval Gadhvi May 27, 2016 at 2:26 pm

Dear Mr John Green I honestly love your books and they inspires me to be who i really am without giving a dam about the whole wide world thank you fpr writing such great pieces of art

with love Deval


Vivian Porter May 27, 2016 at 4:33 pm

Dear Mr. Green,
I feel a bit like Hazel, because I’ve revised this letter/email so many times I’ve lost count. Pathetic? Well, I’m writing to my all time favorite author, and it’s not just some letter. To be honest, I’m gonna come out and say it.
My favorite book of yours has to be The Fault In Our Stars. My reason for this would have to be the fact that the characters developed so well in this book, and the plot was amazing.
Once, a boy said he thought TFIOS was stupid because of Augustus and the gas station. He said, and I quote, “it’s so dumb because we had already established Augustus as a smart boy, so when that happened I disliked the book.” I replied by saying no, it’s not stupid, in fact, it was smart. This is because yes, Augustus was smart. But he was independent. And when the gas station situation happened, it showed that all he wanted to do was something for himself, one last time.
To be quite blunt, I’ve thought about so many questions, much like Hazel and An Imperial Affliction. Does Hazel die? Or does she get cured? What happened to Isaac? What about Augustus’s parents? Or Monica? Or the Support Group? So many of these questions popped into my head. I would like to know most importantly, who was the girl in Augustus’s past? The one barely mentioned? I forget her name, but she died. I would love to know more about what happened to Augustus before TFIOS, before Hazel, during his battle with Cancer, and even before.

Vivian Porter


Odessa Hewitt Bernhard May 28, 2016 at 1:27 pm

You probably don’t read the comments section because there are so many, but it seems we are on first name basis based on how I addressed this letter.
First of all I would like to say that I love all your books and also your YouTube channel that you run with your brother. The book that stood out the most for me was will grayson will grayson. Being a queer youth myself I found it very moving and meaning full. I’ve even started listening to the neutral milk hotel.
Second, and most importantly I was wondering if in 1990 you created a coloring book called “life in a medival castle and village coloring book”. It says it is by john green, but it might be someone else.
Finally my friend is also a big fan of yours and was wondering if you would be her dad.


Kelsey May 28, 2016 at 9:00 pm

Dear John Green,
I’m a big fan of yours and I love you, for real.
My favorite book has to be The Fault In Our Stars, because the story is so good. I mean, all those writers or movie makers, makes happy ends. But this was different, this was a story of a young couple and they were in love. They have wonderfull moments with eachoter, good and bad moments. But you let Augustus die, and you know what – I cried – it was good. Because it is the truth, not every story has to be stopped with a happy end. And Augustus was a good person and he was happy. Happy with Hazel in his life and the makes me cried louder and happy!

Youre the best writer in this word
X your biggest fan.


Mr. Susan May 29, 2016 at 6:49 pm

I like your work, Mr. Green. May you become the Great that you presumably wish to become.

Green for president 2032? I said it first!


Julia May 30, 2016 at 6:22 pm

I am writing an essay about how your book, Looking For Alaska, has no right to be banned. And I just want to say that your vlog post and Q&A helped a lot with quotes from you to support my (and your) opinion. Quite frankly, the way you word things makes it hard for me to find and want to use any other source for my essay because their points seem weak. I guess that is a good thing for you, but is making my researching job rather difficult. Anyways, thanks for writing an amazing book and making my choice in a “banned book” for my final essay an easy choice.


Hannah May 31, 2016 at 12:54 am

Dear Mr. John Green

I purchased your book, Paper towns, and am slightly confused. My copy skips from page 58 to page 91. I’m not sure if this was intended to happen but it leaves me unable to finish the book as nearly 40 pages are missing. I would greatly appreciate some form of explanation as I was very excited for this read.

Thank you kindly for your time,


Fred Briard May 31, 2016 at 2:53 pm

I was pleased to see our favorite football team was again promoted. In reading the press report of our famous victory it was mentioned you are planning a movie based on AFC Wimbledon. Can’t wait! If you could keep me posted as the project progresses I will be there on opening night. Thanks. Fred


Michael June 1, 2016 at 12:17 pm

Thyroid cancer is throat cancer not lung cancer get it right a thyroid is in your throat not your lung. Look up thyroid and the pictures will show it in the throat.


harly June 2, 2016 at 5:28 am

Well if you think about it cancer can spread to any place in your body. So if it started in her throat it could have easily went to her lungs. Like Gus he had cancer in his leg and yet it spread to his whole body. So why don’t you get you facts straight.


Svenja Luethi June 1, 2016 at 3:12 pm

Dear Mr. Green,
I am pretty much aware of the fact that you won’t read this, but I still feel that it needs to be said.
I’ve read all your books so far, and to say that I am in love with them, is not even close enough to actually say what they made me feel.
The book that touched me the most was actually TFIOS. I read it twice and it’s my absolute favourite book.
Anyways what I actually wanted to say is that it inspired me so much.
I love how it shows that also people with problems can become the main characters of a very popular book. And I, now, feel good enough to write my own book. I mean it’s not gonna get near as good as yours are, for multiple reasons: 1) I am 16 years old 2) My English sucks but I still wanna write it in English and 3) I am a shitty writer.
But I know it is worth trying because, as so many before me, I have a dream.
And this dream is to talk about real problems from real people. People like me.
People that are around 16 years but have already reached their lowest point in life. I want to let people know that depressions suck, but a lot of people have them, and eventually it’s gonna be fine.

Thank you for the power your books gave me, to be brave enough to write the worst book ever!
Sincerely, Svenja Luethi


Destiny June 10, 2016 at 11:40 pm

I am also a 16 year old who has been diagnosed with depression and would like to tell you that it get better with time. I found writing and getting close to people, that I should have already been close to, helps. Depression is serious and if you ever feel like harming yourself PLEASE tell someone. I have helped people see the better sides of really shitty situations and am hoping you have already found someone to help you through those kinds of situations you may or may not be dealing with.
Never give in,


harly June 2, 2016 at 5:25 am

Dear Mr. Green,
I love your books I have read The fault in out stars about 5 thousand times. I have also read paper towns half a dozen times. And I would love if you tried to get back to me because I would love for you to answer my question about the fault in our stars.
Sincerely, Harly


Tanishka Maurya June 2, 2016 at 11:54 am

Dear Mr.John Green
I am a big fan of your writing. I love your books. Especially “The Fault In Our Stars.”
I have many regarding Hazel’s future. Like Did she found love? Or did she survived? Or did she died before turning 20 and many more. Hope you will answer some of these and then I will ask you more questions.
Thanking You.
Yours sincerely
Tanishka Maurya
P.S. : I want to be a writer just like you.


Kandy June 3, 2016 at 3:23 pm

Dear Mr. Green,

I kept on watching paper towns this past few days and still kept on wondering the mystery behind Margo. I had this inner sense inside me that screams I just wanna feel and be like Margo. I feel so much connection that I started to comprehend things like Margo did. It feels like I’m stuck in the middle of my own paper town, I just wanna be enlightened. And thank you for making such great stories.


maya June 4, 2016 at 2:29 am

dear, Mr John Green,
I wanted to tell you that you are my favorite writer, the book is more me “The Fault In Out Stars” I like reading because it is human, it is real. since I was a child, whenever I read or watch a movie, everything is unreal. Nothing speaks of normal people but in a completely crazy story, and insane characters. I wonder what happened to Hazel, that happened to him?
Is she takes life fateful she or it was the advice of Augustus?
My second favorite book is “Paper Tows” I love the character and mysterious adventurer Margo. What got me most was the end, that is the time we understand that is actually Margo.
it plays a role as the mysterious girl, but she does not know who she is, where even what she wants. She is lost and all she wants is to be found.
In short, I wanted to tell you that you inspire me since since, and you’ll always inhale. I’m young but I know I want to be a writer later. Write what is left free rein to a thought that sleep in your mind. Since I was eight, I continue to write stories when I cry, it’s like nothing will exist. All my problems go away and let myself carried away by history.
Thank you for your book,
Maya, a French fan


Mona June 4, 2016 at 4:10 am

I had the same question, in the story they went to Amsterdam to find an answer about the end of peter book, Weich john had the same mistake at the end. what happen to Hazel?


noor June 4, 2016 at 4:32 pm

Dear mr green,
I have been greatly inspired with your books,it has made me a hopeless romantic indeed.
I do however,have some questions about writing as I am greatly inspired,it would mean so much to me if you could take your time to reply.
yours efficiently,


Drake Roberts June 6, 2016 at 4:10 pm

Mr. Green, I deeply wish to contact you. I’m not a huge reader but your book, The Fault in Our Stars, is something else. Your book actually makes me want to come back for more and to see what happens next in the story. Please, if you have any leisure time I’d really like to talk to you. You can contact me thtough my email, Thank you for your time.


Aditya karia June 7, 2016 at 1:01 am

Mr. Green, I deeply wish to contact you. I’m one of the greatest fan of you’re books and just wanted to share my writings with you but had no idea how to contact you. Finally I thought I’d leave my message here. Please help me out here, I just want you to have a look at writing and please do help me out if I am wrong somewhere. Hoping to get in contact with you soon Mr. Green


Vanna Theos June 7, 2016 at 2:55 am

It’s stupid typing here. But I’ll type anyway. Needless to say your books are asshat (your term from JP), amd it’d be a foolish thing to not appreciate the time and hardwork you put in to make something so unusually remarkable.

I’m typing complicated English to gain attention, yes I admit that. But then God knows if someone’s ever gonna read what I write.

Anyway, if somehow you stumble upon my words I’d like to know what you think about the psychological connection that the readers find in ever fugging (taken from Colin from an abundance of Katherines) book you wrote.

Your fellow follower
Vanna Theos


Kakhaber June 8, 2016 at 7:07 am

Mr. Green !
My only third year student daughter is studying at the Gori State University, social sciences, business and law faculty, business organization and management studies.
I and my wife have been unemployed for four years without any income and can not pay her tuition – 1560 dollars. Therefore she may be included from the University . My family ask you very much to help us in order to pay her tuition.
Kakhaber Saralidze.
My adress: Dmitriy Kipiani street, house 18, flat 49. Gori 1400. Georgia. Kakhaber Saralidze.
My mobile number: +995557961352
My E-maile:


Charlotte June 8, 2016 at 10:51 am

Dear Mr John Green

I am writing to request only one thing of you, to help me. I would like to know how to write an outstanding novel, full of heartbreak, love and comedy. I have read “The fault in Our Stars” and this inspired me to write many more books. I am an aspiring journalist and was wondering if you could help me write many books in my nearer future.
If you have any ideas about things that I should write about, please contact me at my email address.

Please contact me sir. Kind regards,
Charlotte Lochhead


vaishnavi tyagi June 8, 2016 at 4:05 pm

I’m vaishnavi tyagi(14)from India. I’m sending this email to ask john green sir,some questions about fault in our stars.
Here is some questions~
Q1.what happened to hazel is she still alive or she is died?
Q2.If she stay alive so haven’t she fall for someone again?
Q3.what happened to issac is he still blind or what?
I’ll be waiting for the answers please send them as soon as possible.I beg you for that please please :)


avery phillips June 9, 2016 at 12:21 am

Dear Mr.Green. my name is Avery Phillips. i am thirteen years old. first off let me tell you this, im not your typical fan girl. yes i love TFIOS but that’s not all. i fell in love with this character named hazel grace Lancaster.i share some traits with her. i read the same book over again ( the fault in our stars ) but i don’t read the end. my ending is…… nothing. i cant change the book you wrote it.
Secondly, i have a thyroid problem. not cancer but hashimotos. I have been supporting shai and ansle for 3 years. so give them this message for me

Shai: i love you. you are my role modle. in everything i do i do it thinking of you.
ansle: hey, i love you and you make me feel happy. i will do anything to meet you all.

thanks Avery lordon Phillips


Nare Khachikyan June 9, 2016 at 6:39 am

Hi John Green..I am Nare from Armenia…I love your book ‘the fault in our stars’ I read it every day..I can’t help reading it.I am really involved in the book..I want to know what happened to other characters.please tell me.will you write the sequal for it.I would like to read it.It is pleasure for me to read your books.they are wonderful..Thank you from all my heart ))


atena June 9, 2016 at 3:07 pm

dear mr. john green
i’m one of your best persian fans.i have read(the fault in our stars ) for about one hundred times.i’ve also read(paper towns) and(looking for alaska)too,but for me the fault in our stars was something diffrent.because you have pretended that you are a 17 years old girl named hazle grace that is super dificult for any auther.and i have got some questions about the book:
1.wil hazle grace fell in love after agaustest died?
2.will isaac finde monika or talk to here or whatever?
3.did hazle grace died after agustest because of her cancer?
i hope that right now i’m not like hazle emaling peter van houten so that you will invite me to amesterdam,not seriously:)
but i’m hoping that you will replay my email soon:)


Alessandra June 12, 2016 at 8:04 pm

Dear John Green,
I know that maybe you’ll never read this, and perhaps you’ll not be considerate of the things that i’m writing for you. At first I want to apologize for some probably mistakes, I’m just an italian fourteen novice with english. I have developed an idea about the Big Maybe of life and the Labyrinth. Many times we found ourselves thinking: “Damn it, how I ever get out of this labyrinth?”, that not only it’s understood like the labyrinth of the pain, but also like the labyrinth of the loneliness, or of the weakness, or every negative things that exist in this damned world. For me, the answer at this question borns inside each of us, every bastard person that had sink himself with his hands inside of that even more bastard labyrinth must flush out inside of him for find an answer. And I’m not agree with Vincent Van Gogh that said: ” Sadness will last forever”. Sadness is certanly the virtue of the best, but arrived at certain point, we must eject this feeling and go straight for our street. For do this we’ll must search our Big Maybe, our Question Mark that can pull away us with his love. For me this is the correct word, LOVE. In a Big Maybe we can find love, even when this Maybe is also a Big Mess. And it doesn’t matter if this Big Maybe is a friend, a co-worker, a classmate or our boyfriend, the only important thing is the love that this person send us. Thanks to him we’ll can be like Jean-Sylvain Bailly that (even in deathbed) at the observation of a viewer that he was trembling he answered: “Je tremble, mais c’est de froid” (tr. “I’m trembling but it’s from the cold”), because he wasn’t afraid. His Question Mark now was a firm point. We will be like him if we’ll find our Big Maybe, because it will delete our fears with is love. Thanks for every book, in particular for ” Looking for Alaska”, I’ve loved it.


Grace June 17, 2016 at 11:46 pm

Dear Alessandra,
Hi! You’re probably wondering why I, random stranger, decided to leave a reply on a comment that you left on an author’s website. I’d like to explain; I was just about to write a heartfelt comment to John Green, hoping—like you and everyone else who has commented on this site—that John Green will take the time out of his busy day to read what a random twelve-year-old girl has to say about his books, when I stumbled upon your comment. Given how long it was, I felt like I should read it because it seemed different than any other comment that I had seen. I wanted to respond to your idea about the Big Maybe of life and the Labyrinth that we all seem to find ourselves stuck in with no exit signs leading the way out. I believe that everything happens for a reason, and believe me, I know how cheesy that sounds. That’s something you hear everyone say, but I truly mean it. I believe that if you’re stuck in the Labyrinth, maybe it’s the universe’s way of telling you that you need to stop looking for a way out and just look outside, and be with nature, as John Green says, “I believe the universe wants to be noticed.” I find this kind of ironic how I’m saying all of this to you as I am a person who doesn’t like to be outside. So I’m sorry if I’m a hypocrite. I believe that love is the answer to life’s problems. All that’s wrong with the world happens because people kept looking for a way out of the Labyrinth and they lost contact with love. The minute you lose contact with love, you start forgetting about people other than yourself. You hurt people that you care about, you ruin things that you love, and soon, as you come to realize what you’ve done, and you become angry with yourself for doing the things that you now regret. And anger is never the answer. I do believe that if we delete our fears with love we will find our Big Maybe. Like Augustus Waters, I fear oblivion. I want to be remembered for something. I love history; I love reading about how other people have changed the world, how they have cast their ripple upon the sea. I want to be that person in the history books. I want people to remember me because of how I changed the world. Even if I just bring joy to one depressed person’s life, I will feel that I’ve made a difference in the world; that I’ve cast my ripple upon the sea. I believe that you have no Question Mark, no untold future; if you keep writing like you do. You’re an amazing writer and I envy that, as ever since I was in second grade, I’ve had my heart set on being a writer. I hope that you didn’t mind taking time out of your busy day to read my reply. I just couldn’t help but tell you how reading your comment inspired me in so many ways that I could never put into words. Heck, even the great John Green couldn’t put it into words if he tried. I just wanted to thank you. You have cast your ripple upon my sea and I will never forget your moving words.


Anthony June 13, 2016 at 8:55 pm

I think there should be a Paper Towns 2 about Margo and Her Life in Paper Towns!

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Filipa Marques June 15, 2016 at 5:52 am

Mr. John Green

I’m a good person, but a shitty writer. You’re a good person AND a good writer. I guess you have it all.
I’m not asking for any favors, but if you have the time, and if you’re reading this, I guess you do, I would very appreciate if you answer me a couple of questions.

1- What happened to Isaac? Did he found a better person than Monica? I really hope he did. He deserve a happy ending.

2- And what about Van Houten? Did he and Lidewij ever became more than “clients”? And also, did he ever wrote another book?

3- What’s your favorite quote? Just wondering…
Mine is “Some infinities are simply bigger than other infinities”.

4- And finally… Did Hazel ever found someone who made her just as happy as Gus did? I would like to think she did, although she never forgot Gus.

Thank you so much for reading this little comment, and also thanks for writing such an amazing story that will stay FOREVER in my heart. You’re one of my favorite authors and one of my biggest inspirations.

From one of your BIGGEST FANS
Filipa Marques

P.S. I’m sorry for my English, I’m portuguese.


Julia Fusilier June 15, 2016 at 12:32 pm

Mr. Green
Your books a the most intriguing pieces of literature I’ve read thus far. I would greatly appriciate it if you wrote another. I usually read your books in a day because I cannot put them down!! You are incredibly gifted.

And yes. People are rain.

Thank you for your time


Julia Fusilier June 15, 2016 at 12:33 pm

Mr. Green
Your books are the most intriguing pieces of literature I’ve read thus far. I would greatly appriciate it if you wrote another. I usually read your books in a day because I cannot put them down!! You are incredibly gifted.

And yes. People are rain.

Thank you for your time


Luis June 16, 2016 at 3:31 am

Dear sir jhon green’m not a faithful reader of his literary works or follower you really if I’m honest not and read any book you are more do not speak Spanish and I am writing with the help of the translator google I really congratulate his works that were really good alone and seen a movie based on his book “under the same star” if I write is for a friend of mine that is if follower of his books in particular I just mentioned were both sick we met at the hospital mental health of my city I suffer from anxiety and deprecion she currently already achieved cure I still recallendo I have 17 years ye last four years of my life depressed she is 16 or good will turn 16 on Monday June 20, 2016 and I want to ask you help me give a little surprise I just wish I sent a small greeting to her for her birthday to my mail my name and she xiomara luis racihel just something like “hello xiomara racihel am the writer under the same star happy birthday “is that you are busy man but a small message will not take long anyway glad my name is luis angel I have 17 and I’m from peru and she knows English the message can be in English thanks (loves languages )


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Luke June 19, 2016 at 5:36 pm

Hello, My name is Luke and I have 18 years. He writes to you asking Mr. Green.
So we are going to matter. My girlfriend Julia, is your big fan. It has all your books and came up with an interesting idea. I have a small hope that you will agree and will write. But who does not ask this not err. For over a month Julia completes his 16th birthday, and I would like to ask if you could help me. In the sense that if you could send me the autograph wishes and dedication to Julia? I hope that will help me and thank you in advance. For me it’s very important. Regards Luke.

P.S Sorry for my English. I help a translator and a dictionary, so the syntax is not too good


Jane Aniston June 20, 2016 at 4:54 am

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Anyway, I just wanted to let you know that you are doing a great job! Looking forward for more of your shots!

Have a great day!



Julia Hut June 22, 2016 at 4:54 am

Dear mr. John Green,

I’ve honestly literally no idea why i’m doing this, BUT i just wanted to say that you’re an extraordinary writer. My obsession with the book; ‘The fault in our stars’ is just like that big, John Green. You have no idea. I am from Amsterdam and visited the populair bench many times. All my book reviews and reports are about your book, John Green. So I’m thankful that there are people like you living on earth. Do you guys ( I mean the cast of TFIOS) ever come to Amsterdam again?? My wish is to meet you all. I love you and your astuteness.
OH! almost forgotten, but is ‘ an imperial affliction ‘ a real book??

By the way, i’m a 15 year old girl from The Netherlands, My English isn’t like that good sorry for that.

Hope to hear from you. i’d appreciate that :)

Thank you,

Julia Hut


Adrienne June 22, 2016 at 11:10 am

In your “Islam, the Quran & the 5 Pillars All Without a Flamewar Video” you show an Islamic symbol and say “Google it!”

Very amusing.

I wikied Islamic symbols and found a lot of good info.

I’ve tried Google Translate…


So, Mr. Green, what the hell was that?


Adrienne Harris

Reply June 23, 2016 at 12:10 am
Catherine June 23, 2016 at 7:13 pm

Hi. I am pretty sure you will never read this. But when I met my boyfriend I was battling the fact that I was in love. Then I read The fault in or star and the quote of Hazel “I fell in love with him like you fall asleep, slowly then all at once ” hit me so hard that it made me think and I started dating him.

4 years later I am about to marry him and I would like your permission to use that quote in my vow because it meant a lot to me and to let my walls down.

Thank you for your words.



Amber Berriman June 25, 2016 at 3:23 am

Dear John Green.
Alright I’ll admit it I’ve read like 2 of your books. Paper Towns and the Fault in Our Stars. Or as me and my friends like to call it The Knife in Our Hearts. Because John Green first off your books are absolutely amazing and as a young aspiring author it inspired me greatly.
But I would like to talk about you book The Fault in Our Stars. First things I first, let’s talk about HOW YOU KILLED THE BEST CHARACTER IN YOUR ENTIRE BOOK. AUGUSTUS WATERS HAD A STRONG LIFE TO LIVE AND YOU WENT OFF AND KILLED HIM. Your book made me shed so many tears it wasn’t even funny. And then I went and watched the movie I mean come on John Green this isn’t funny anymore. I used up a whole tissue box because of that movie and book. Alright second thing. ABOUT WHAT HAPPENED IN PAPER TOWNS THAT WASNT FUNNY EITHER.
Basically I pick up Paper Towns.
Oh it’s by John Green it better be good I’m sure he used up all his depressing things in The Fault in Our Stars but no you went off and did that I mean seriously AND THEN I WATCHED THE MOVIE AND I DIED.
Alright thank you for reading this, this is my rant over.

And also how dare you make that little infinity so short.

Amber Berriman


Angry Viewer June 25, 2016 at 4:17 pm

Hello, it’s me.
I would like to express my feelings towards the ending of this film.
Due to the fact I spent 1 HOUR AND 44 MINUTES OF MY LIFE waiting for the lad to find his bird and bring her back, I am rather mad coz he didn’t even get her he just left her there. like who travels for 24 hours just to say he loves her? ever heard of FaceTime? or snappers?
hope you take this into deep consideration, thank you for your time xx


Katelyn June 25, 2016 at 11:41 pm

Dear mr. John Green I love both of your books and if I had to choose a favourite I could not you are an incredible writer but as I read the fault in our stars I kept thinking how did you know so much about how people who are going through cancer feel did one of your loved ones have cancer or did you survive cancer yourself. I hope one day you create another movie and write another book.

Reply June 26, 2016 at 10:59 am
Zan Sanders June 27, 2016 at 3:41 am

Dear Mr. John Green

Hello, I have recently fallen deeply with your book The Fault In Our Stars. I have known and read it many times sense it’s release, but with recent alarming news I have sadly grown to relate to it more than the normal reader. I would just like to know: while Hazel Grace Lancaster is in her state of unconsciousness at the beginning of chapter seven, is there a chance that she died in that moment and the rest of the book is just a dream, an afterlife?

Also, do you even really know what actually happens to Anna’s mother?

PS: Of course in the cliché sense, I love your book, it has touched me and helped me through many of times. Thank you.

Zan Sanders


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