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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Victoria July 2, 2016 at 5:17 am

Dear Mr Green
first I want to say that I am totally in love with your book “The Fault In Our Stars” and I read it more than 10 times already. I think I will never get tired of it, its just amazing! I love the writing style and the deep meaning. Its not like so many other books… its special to me. I think its a masterpiece but still I have one question… What happens to Hazel. I mean as told in the book and in the movie she will die but I am wondering how long she lived after Augustus died and how its going on with her.

PS. Greatings from Germany :)



Lisa July 2, 2016 at 7:04 am

Dear Mr Green,

I’ve never written to an author, though in my 28 years I feel that I have enjoyed some of the more wonderfully written texts and thought provoking novels. For some reason, after reading ‘a fault in our stars’ – I feel a little different. It wasn’t until the author’s note at the end of the book, that I realised I knew I’d have to contact you. You mentioned teenagers as your fascination. I understand.

At 15 years old, in the midst of what you described as a time of learning your morals and values, my big sister passed away suddenly- in a car accident. She had dropped me at a social event that I has described to her as being ‘so important’ that she had travelled over 1.5 hours to take me there, though tired. She completed the work on our family farm prior to dropping me off, her exhaustion notable. At 15, I was dropped by her and my youngest sibling off at the movies with my friends, only to be later picked up unexpectedly by my Dad- in his farm work clothes. He announced when I reached that car, that ‘Tanny had died’ when her car hit a tree on the way back home.

I am now 28 years old, married and a school teacher. I’ve spend years, months, weeks, days; long long moments- trying to make sense of this pain and loss in my life. Though your text, I feel, doesn’t give grief as much time as I’d have liked, the ‘tide’ and ’10′ that you referred to in Hazel’s time of grief, made me stop, and honestly- my personal ‘tide’ and ’10′ re-acquainted with me. Your writing was in my opinion, brilliantly honest.

I’ve longed to write down my story and share what it is honestly like for a teenager. It is far far beyond what the adult mind can comprehend. As an adult now, I wouldn’t believe it if I didn’t know first hand what grief can do. I feel detached from the reality of my memories now. I honestly feel lucky, so lucky, to have made it through the loss of such a loved one.

So, thank you for yor book. I have no questions. I loved that you allowed characters to end with no explanation. When Hazel barred with this, I wished she could see. This, after all, is the essence of losing someone- it is unexpected, unplanned and unpredictable. This, to me, if the essence of grief. The unsaid, undone and unfishinshed. This is what you carry for the years after.

I hope to one day hear from you. I feel that we have much to share.

Kind regards,
Lisa Crate


Joan July 2, 2016 at 6:17 pm

Dear Mr. Green,
I am a high school student and I’m 15 years old. I am writing you this email to let you know that you are an amazing author and that I have already read two of the dooks,Looking for Alaska and The fault in our stars, that you have written and I’m keep going to read Papper Towns and An abundance of Katherine.
Firstly, I want to tell you that you have the ability to understand what a teenager is thinking, wants to read and live! You can feel us! You understand our phychology, problems that a teen has to deal with our his/her wishes!It’s amazing and weird at the same time.Sometimes,we believe that very few people can understand our wills, especially adults, and you are one of them and I’m so happy that you have the charisma to can write down these fellings and thank you for this so much!
In addition, Ι adore that you broach major issues e.g frindships,death,illness etc and that you write details and things that are truth, for example distances our shops!
Therefore, I want to tell you that you are the reason that I want to write a book about teenagers.Maybe I’m young yet to write a book but it’s my aim and I hope to do this one day.
Thank you for giving me the opportunity to sent you this email and express my opinions and fellings !

P.S Sorry about my english.This year i had my exams for lower degree.
Also, please don’t stop writing leterature need you especially teens (Ι have lend Looking for Alaska to friends to read it and they were excited!)

Greetings from Greece!

Yours sincerely,


Shannon Nelson July 3, 2016 at 3:22 am

John Green,

Firstly can I start my saying that “The Fault In Our Stars” is an incredible novel and I enjoy the book so much that I have read if a dozen times.

Like “An Imperial Affliction” your novel ends with disclosure and like Hazel Grace I also seek answers. But, before I start may I apologise for my lack in good literature; but may I address I am a good person, like the amazing Agustus himself.

Throughout your novel I noticed that there is relationships between the characters within “TFIOS” and “An Imperial Affliction” so I wonder, would you mind answering a couple of my questions that I have to ask about what happens at the end of the novel. I understand that the novel ends because Hazel has found her closure with Gus when she reads the notes that Gus sent to Van Houten. But what happens to Hazel, how long does she go on to live for? And Hazels’ mom does she become “a Patrick”, do Hazels mom and dad stay together or split up 5 year after Hazels death? What happens to Hazels friend, Kaitlin, does she find her Augustus Waters? As well as Isaac does he reveal happiness? Lastly, what happens to “Phillip”?
I know these aren’t important literary questions, but I would just really like to know.

Again I apologise for any mistakes within my literature as I am not greatly talented.

Yours with great admiration,
Shannon Louise Nelson
(Age 16)


Emily July 3, 2016 at 4:29 pm

I wanted to ask John the constant Colpa delle stelle because it was really great this book.I cried a lot ,I was excited, I laughed and I wanted to ask precisely at least a summary of the future of Hazel,Isaac if we find his soul mate, or if the mother Hazel manages to become a Patrick and even the parents are able to overcome the death of his son and the last thing I wanted to know the writer and if we say continue the book and devotes dedicates to Hazel their love say love and also the secretary returns to be precisely the secretary of this writer as you will understand.I am not Italian and is not that they are very good at.


George July 5, 2016 at 11:27 am

Dear Mr Green
I first want to say great job. You’ve wrote some of my favorite books. My favorite book of yours is Looking for Alaska. My friend was the person who got me hooked on your books. She let me borrow her copy of The Fault in our Stars. That was back in 4th grade. That night I read till page 90. Anyways in 5th grade her Dad died of cancer. And I felt so bad for her. We were the best of friends. And to best honest I kinda liked her.

Then she left school. And I haven’t talked to her since. 1 year later and I’m going to Wall-Mart for the 4 of July and I see her Mom. Long story short I’m asking for dating advise. I know it seems strange but most of your books involve romance.

That was just my 1st question. The girl I mentioned and I talked about how great another entry in any of your books would be. I would hope it’d be Paper Towns or Looking for Alaska.
I’d read your grocery list.
Your Friend George


sheyma July 5, 2016 at 1:31 pm

Dear Mr Green,
I’m 13 years old and I live in London. I love technology but before I sleep every night I read a book,no matter how tired i am as i cant sleep without one. And every night when my mum comes into my room and sees my sisters sleeping she takes my book and my phone away. But I always have other books for backup. My family is really big. So when i have a good book and i want to just read in peace, I have to go to the library. And as i began reading your books I began using my phone less and turning the pages with your words. The book I’ve re-read the most times by you has been The fault in our stars. The plot was by far one of the best and all the quotes in there were all so down to Earth. But no matter how good your book was it killed me. I’m 13 years old I’ve barley experienced life yet but im already dead inside because of your book.

I have a few questions:
Who is your favirout female character from your books?
Who is your favirout male character from your books?
What is the book you are most proud of?Why?
Are any of your characters based on people you have met?
Are any of your characters based on you?
What is your favirout quote from your books?
You can call me annoying for asking these questions but i would call myself curious.And i know your most probably going to see this but i think it was worth a try.

p.s:I know i have a few spelling mistakes but i have to go pree peoples instagram accounts now.


Isadora Alves Dias July 5, 2016 at 9:58 pm

The fault in our stars is a wonderful book . John Green congratulations on your excellent work , there is no words to express the love of Hazel and Gus . But I am left with many questions in my head. How Hazel was after the death of Gus ? She returned to fall in love ? She at least was alive? I look forward for your reply. Thank you for existing John Green , his books are wonderful and have no cliché signal. Thanks for making the Hazel and Gus there even if it was for a short time . Thanks for all your books and hope Looking for Alaska turn film.

Regards, Isadora Alves


RLS July 7, 2016 at 12:00 am

(I’m sorry if this comes off as kinda rambling its just late night thoughts I thought I should write down) I just finished reading Looking for Alaska for probably the 5th or 6th time. The first few times to me it was just a story, an interesting story which I could read and cry for the poor boy who lost the one girl he loved. If only she had known what he had thought, it would have been worth it for him. I then remember reading it through again, about one and a half times, just thinking about the substance abuse. I come from a long line of extreme alcoholism, and to me this book showed what that could do to me. The tragedy, the ease of falling into addiction and the sadness that it could create. I saw it as a warning tale, and a sad ode to those who were long gone. I saw it as what I could be if I wasn’t careful, or if I accidentally drank once it was going to be too late. But today I came back to it for the first time in the last year and a half. I don’t even quite know why. I’m taking classes at a college for the summer and don’t even have my copy so I had to get illegally online, but either way I spent all day reading it, then going back and rereading certain chapters. I think this is the first time I’ve been in class doing anything on my computer other than taking notes because I was reading it. Either way, the book hit me in a way I didn’t ever think it would. The reason it took me so long to read is because I was mad. At Miles for how he only thought about what she had denied him, at how she had been described as sexy, and how her emotions were boiled down to simply moody and ignored by the boys because they were only there for what she could provide for them. Because not a single man in her life was there just for her and not for entertainment and sex. And the image of the incredible manic pixie dream girl that had built up in my head since age 11 was ripped to shreds. And n my ability to do this to someone like Alaska I feel so much more free to do the same thing for myself. I should be angry at the boys who didn’t listen to “no” because there wasn’t a question in the first place. I should be angry about what I witnessed and experienced as a child. I should be angry at the boy who handed me drink after drink while sitting there like a stone before ripping any innocence or purity left from me at age 15. Because maybe the only side of my story that matters is what entertains them, but that sure as hell doesn’t mean there isn’t more worth or interest left there that they chose to ignore out of fear that we don’t exist in boxes. I would like to thank you for letting me realize that people like Miles are wrong, and that people like Alaska are more valuable than what may initially meet the eye. Because not only do people like her and I matter more than what they see, I am stronger than any character you could ever write. And I don’t exist on a 2D page.


alba July 7, 2016 at 8:43 am

Dear Mr Green,
Since you brought ” The fault in our stars,” I spent years asking me many questions after the tragical end in the dying Agustus Waters. And Hazel says , we deserve a final .
And these are the questions :
Hazel Grace dies?
Isaac turns to love ? I knew something about Monica?
That was Hazel ‘s parents ?
Peter Van Houten rewrote something more about an imperial pain?
Sorry if something is misspelled , I’m from Spain .
He would read me from you to the shopping list …
Thank you so much for everything…


Ilana Khatskelevich July 8, 2016 at 10:03 am

It has come to my attention that there have been a lot of horrible things happening in the US and in it’s government. I am a “millennial” and have noticed my generation is crying for change. We tweet, share videos on Facebook, post on tumblr, and use all other forms of social media to get our thoughts into the world. Unfortunately I realize this is not enough. What we need to be doing is taking part in our states elections as well as the presidential ones.
The problem is I don’t even know how. I’ve been trying to research how to vote for your state’s senators and other state government officials but I’m not even sure what I should be searching/what I can even vote for. Could you guys please make a video explaining how to be active in the government on a state level not just with the presidential election. I don’t want to become a politician, but I need to know enough information for my voice to be heard in government.

Thank you,


Алина July 9, 2016 at 12:45 pm

Hello,after reading your book “the Fault in our stars” I really want to ask,”Royal Disease” is a real book?I am interested in this book because the main character of “the Fault in our Stars” loved her very much.
In Russia it is very difficult to get your works,but I need to know if you have this book.I will give everything for her.
With love from St. Petersburg.


Amanda July 9, 2016 at 1:07 pm

Mr. Green :
The time I read his book “Looking for Alaska ” felt too innexplicables emotions , I laughed when it happened what happened between Miles and Lara, when you get to the part where he died Alaska left me some other tears , and I had another point of view about life after life, the last words , and death after reading this book.
I am delighted with his writing Mr. Green.
Sincerely Amanda .


Letícia Paulini July 9, 2016 at 6:56 pm

Ou so queria agradecer pelos maravilhosos livros q vc tem escrito . Eu me apaixonei de mais eu nunca fui muito d ler sabe ! Mais ” Cidades de papel foi um dos primeiros livro em q eu terminei . Eu só queria q se pudesse o Sr. Continuar o livro ” Cidades d pepel 2″ pfv Sr. Geen


Ella July 10, 2016 at 1:14 am

Let me just say, you are my inspiration. Your books are the reason I’m still alive, I’m not even joking. Plus, we have so much in common! Sort of, not really. But I live near Indianapolis, and my sister was a friend of a cousin of yours I think. We were going to see you, but they grew apart. Anyway, I just wanted to let you know how I feel about you and how much your books mean to me. Thank you so very much.


Rafeef July 10, 2016 at 7:40 am

Ms. john green
Your books are so inspiring
I mostly read all of them
and I would really like to know if you have any new writings

With Appreciation,
One of your biggest fans
Rafeef Mahmoud


Ara'Seli Salas July 10, 2016 at 2:37 pm

Dear Mr. Green
I am a big fan of your work and love to read all of your books. My favorite book of yours is the Fault in Our Stars.
One of my favorite parts of your books is how you put so much thought into what you are going to say. Such as “My thoughts are stars I can not fathom into constellations”. I also like how in the Fault in our Stars you use a lot of metaphors.I had a couple questions from the Fault in our Stars that I hope you don’t mind answering.
1.Where do you get your inspiration?
2.Do you think about your character’s life once you are done with your books?
3.If so do you think Hazel would ever live long enough to find another love or ever think about finding one?
4.How do you think the story would be different if Augustus didn’t die?
5.What would he and Hazel do with their lives if they did live a long cancer free life together?

THANK YOU for reading my letter to you. I hope you take my questions into consideration and hope to here from you.
Ara’Seli Salas


Casey C. July 11, 2016 at 3:22 pm

Dear Mr. Green,

I just wanted to let you know how big a fan I am of your work. I know you hear it a lot, but you truly are a fantastic author. However, my reasoning for telling you what hundreds do regularly, is that everyone likes different aspects the best about someone’s writing, so I may as well share mine. For some, they like the characters. Some like the plot and story line. Others like hidden messages and morals. For me, I really like the way you can write so many different kinds of interesting stories about so many different topics. The only true similarities in your writings are the writing style, which is distinctly you. It’s pretty great. That, and you’re really funny!

Thanks for possibly reading my letter!
Casey C.


Rachel Elizabeth M. July 12, 2016 at 10:19 pm

Dear Mr. Green,
I do not like that “Mr. Green.” I feel like I’m talking to my science teacher, whom everybody calls “Mr. Green,” even his wife the English teacher (except of course when she’s talking to him, because that would just be weird).
SO ANYWAYS, there is one thing I would like to know. I do not expect you to reply.
Thank you. Have a nice day. And life.
-Miss Rachel E. M. of the incredibly hot and frankly kind of annoying at some times state of Texas, United States, North America, North Western Hemisphere, Earth, Our Solar System (unless you are an alien- that would be totally awesome), The Milky Way Galaxy, the universe which I am trying to get to notice me and it’s not going so well, but that’s OKAY. I have to go, bye.


Utku Sahin July 14, 2016 at 4:10 am

Mr. Green
I must say this The Fault In Our Stars is the best book I have ever read.I wonder if Hazel is alive or dead…Can you inform me please?If it is possible.You are the best author Mr. Green.


Utku Sahin July 14, 2016 at 5:29 am

Dear Mr. Green
I must say this The Fault In Our Stars is the best book I have ever read.But there is something I want to learn.I wondef if Hazel is alive or dead…Can you inform me please if it is possible.You are the best author Mr.Green.


Josie Brown July 27, 2016 at 10:19 pm

There is a biography of Esther Earl called “This Star Won’t Go Out” Written by Esther herself, her parents, and John Green. Its really good and should answer your questions.


Zeeshan July 14, 2016 at 6:37 pm

Sir huge fan … I want to be a writer … I have stuff in my mind … but I don’t knw how to start putting it on the paper … I just want you to help me plz …


Katalina Nova July 15, 2016 at 1:32 am

Hello sir,
I would just like to say, I am not an author nor am I good with words as you are. You characterized Alaska and Hazel Grace in such a way I fell in love with these two characters. You are no Peter from your book “The Fault In Our Stars” but you mention in this book spoken by Augustus: that Isaacs Ex did him a great injustice but you also mentioned the injustice illustrated by Pudge In Looking for Alaska but in a different way. My question to you is: why did you make it so these two books both females had something wrong with their lungs? Pudge mentions after visualizing what Alaska looks like after the accident that her lungs collapsed, but Hazel Grace’s condition also made it so her lungs collapsed. I have been contemplating this question for over two years. “Why are my silly questions so important?” My best friend before he died told me I am the in real life Hazel, seeing as I suffer from a lung condition and Hazel’s personality is similar to mine. Whereas recently my friend said I act like Alaska. The only reason as to why I’m mentioning this is also one of the questions that arise in my mind in The Fault In Our Stars: what happens to the people left behind? I hope they do not suffer and feel the guilt that Pudge and the Colonel did. My biggest question is these tragic endings, do they somehow relate to you or someone you know? I’d appreciate if you answered these I thankyou if you read this.


Stella Ga July 15, 2016 at 2:05 am

Dear John Green,

I’d love to say that I am your biggest fan, but that’s hard to say, seeing as I have never met all your fans. What I can tell you is this: your books are eye opening and life changing. You’re one of my favorite authors. You inspire. Your stories make me cry and appreciate life and what I have. I quote your books everyday and am a big fan of The Fault in Our Stars. I happen to have a question however; how long after Augustus’ death did Hazel die? Also, does Margo ever get with Quentin later on in life when they’re older? I’d really love to know. Anyways, thanks for being you and inspiring me. I hope one day I can meet you. Maybe even go to one of your book signings, until then Mr. Green.


Stella Ga


Beverly Ehart July 15, 2016 at 3:51 pm

Dear Mr Green,
I want to start of by saying I love your books. I have read the fault in our stars, looking for Alaska, a abundance of kathrines,and paper towns (not particularly in that order). I love your writing style and how you never know what to expect. You are a amazing author. I do however have a few questions for you. I would like to here from you it would make my life. Thank you so much I will be waiting to here from you.
Yours truly,
Beverly Ehart


Hailee July 16, 2016 at 7:05 am

Hello, Mr. Green! I am 11 years old and your book The Fault In Our Stars has no words to describe how spectacular the storyline was. I have a couple of questions, though. Will you be writing a sequel to the book? What about Hazel? Does anything happen to her lungs? Does she decease? If so, will she experience an afterlife? What will happen to Mr. and Mrs. Landcaster? There are so many questions that I wish could be answered, but as the book says, “life is not a wish-granting factory.” If you do decide to respond, that would be wonderful. The Fault In Our Stars was probably the best book I have ever read in my entire life by far, and it would be amazing to have you read this. Thank you so much for your time!

Hailee Anika


Lorain Kathleen A. Acda July 16, 2016 at 10:21 am

Dear Mr. John Green,

Good day Sir! My name is Lorain Kathleen A. Acda and my friend’s name is Karylle Devela. At our young ages, you inspired us to write a story. We really love to write during our free time. it takes our stress away. Even though we are young, we read novels like yours! Actually, my older brother influenced me to read your novels. My first novel was Paper Towns. We emailed you because we wanted to be like you and other authors of this generation. In the movie “The Fault in Our Stars”, Hazel Grace and Agustus flew to Amsterdam because they wanted to meet Peter Van Houten, their favorite author. Me and my Best friend wanted you to tell us or read our individual story if would be the next big thing? We really are hoping for your answer. Me and my friend will “fangirl” if you will lend your precious time to read our request.

Sincerly Yours,
Lorain Kathleen A. Acda and Karylle S. Devela


Mariah Evans July 16, 2016 at 11:01 pm

Hello mr. Green,
I am a huge fan of your book The Fault In Our Stars. It is told beautifully and with feeling and I absolutely ADORE Hazel. One question….. Hazel talks about her favorite book, An Imperial Affliction, and I know the gist of it, but is it possible you would ever write the full story one day??? I would love to meet Anna, and know her story more if it’s possible. I’m that kind of person who likes the philosophical stuff, and the fact that you included a quote from AIA in TFIOS was pretty cool. If not, I totally understand.

Yours truly,

Mariah F. Evans


Madeline G. Rivera July 19, 2016 at 8:32 pm

YeS! I agree! Come on Mr. Green! An Imperial Affliction would be a great book!


Madeline G. Rivera July 19, 2016 at 8:31 pm

I am in love with your books. The first book i’ve read of yours was TFIOS (cried nonstop for about hmm..3 weeks) Then I started with Looking for Alaska, Will Grayson, Will Grayson and so on. I can honestly say you really made me change my way of thinking and I have a stronger mind. My grades have went up by woah alot. (i dont study or plan to) I’m starting seventh grade and people have told me I dont have a mind as a seventh grader. I’m already looking for universities to apply to..crazy huh? I’m now a book lover. I have shelves full of books. The Hunger Games, The Fifth Wave, you name it! Mr.Green , you changed my life. My mom tells me this every time i get made fun of for reading. ” A person who reads has lived a thousand lives. A person who doesn’t only lives one.” i think this is true Mr.Green. I really do. I cant wait till your next book! ( if you do write one) Keep us updated!


Karla Denisse Guardado July 19, 2016 at 11:03 pm

Dear Sir John Green :
Books under the same star and papel loved enough. If someday answer me this letter, I want you to give me a critique of a book that will.

It is a 19 year old girl with asperger, she has friends, but she always stressed lives with her mom , but she has to help her because he has to be helped . My book is called : ‘ Nobility or Ilusion ‘ ‘ . Someday you answer me this letter , I will be very happy. Because the book TFIOS was recommended by my best friend Claudia . In fact my best friend looks somewhat Hazel Grace . My most heartfelt thanks , Karla Denisse Guardado.


Gaurav Kharal July 20, 2016 at 7:19 am

Hello sir,
I am Gaurav Kharal. I am from Nepal, South Asia. I have been watching and reading your book, The Fault In Our Stars, since a long time, probably a year. I got each and everything so awesome that I have also developed a curiosity in writing similar Novel. But its not that easy as it seems to. If i fortunately complete a single book, I would wish you to read that.
However, I am writing you just to appreciate the work you have done. A great applause from me, I hope you can hear it.
Thank you,
Gaurav Kharal


Joe Ceccato July 20, 2016 at 12:04 pm


The cow incident in Paper Towns ?
How did u come up with that story ??
I had a remarkably similar situation during a drive through the UP of Michigan. Six degrees of separation ??
I also missed the cow but shit my pants and stopped asap to thank my lucky stars!

Joe Ceccato


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Ignat Ryanna July 20, 2016 at 12:47 pm

Hello!I’m from Romania and I love the book ,,Paper towns” and” The fault in our stars”.Now I read ,,Looking for alaska” and i love it!!


Calliandra Daszczuk July 21, 2016 at 9:02 pm

Dear Mr. John Green,
Magnificently Terrifying. Those are the two words I would use to describe your book looking for alaska. I have read The Fault in our Stars as well and if you want words to describe that book I would say Stunning Truths. Thank you.


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Priyanka Mahajan July 23, 2016 at 10:11 am

Sir John Green,

I don’t know you read the comments of your website or not still I want to say something. I wish you read it.
I am an Indian teenager. I read your books as your other fan. As I am not too good in English to use Shakespearian words , I thought a lot before write this to you. As I did not get any other way to say you, I comment here.
You write very nice. Your book ” The Fault in Our stars ” says a lot of things and teaches . I am influenced. It somewhere makes us fall into thinking about our way of thinking. Your books gives many patients courage to fight cancer and to be strong which is outstanding. The very beautiful part of this book, is to love someone like that. I read your that book many times and only one thing can say that is very nice. But one thing I wanted to know that what happens to Hezel. We know she would die but how long did she live after Augustus died ??!
I wish you come up with many more wonderful books in future.
Thank you.
Your Follower.


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Olivia July 24, 2016 at 6:37 pm

I have never written to an author before, so writing to you is a new thing, and seems a little weird.. Anyway, I am 12 years old and live somewhere in the United States, and I find that books are my only retreat out of this ever-changing, sometimes horrific and sad world. Your books ensnare me, while making me face the world at the same time. I imagine meeting you, but I live in a place where book signings are very rare, I have never been to one.
I don’t know the actual reason to writing this, maybe just a small plea, or a thankyou..
Thankyou for your time and dedication to Nerds like me, books, and making the world a better place, for you do more than you think.

“Nerd. One whose unbridled passion for something defines who they are as a person, without fear of other people’s judgment.”—Zachary Levi


gabriela July 26, 2016 at 2:48 pm

hi john, so i know this is weird and i don’t even know if you read these messages but i would really like to talk to you about me and my best friend’s story who is also my girlfriend… we think our story is tragic but so beautiful and that it deserves to be written in a book or something lmao we are idiots but please if you read this it would be sooo nice if you could please answer me? i know you’re probably busy all the time but i really want to share our story with you… thank you ! and greetings from argentina :)


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Nina July 27, 2016 at 7:23 pm

I seriously had the urge to punch your face when I first finished reading TFiOS and I am a peaceful person (lol yeah I almost believed that :) I think I deserve a Nobel now,why thank you.) Paper Towns is really great as well so please just tell Cara Delevingne if she ever needs a girlfriend I’m happily playing for the other team only for her plus I live in London so she wouldn’t have to worry about choosing between me and her homeland :) Pretty wicked,the proposal,innit?Mooooving on.I still want to punch you.No.I feel the need to punch you.Seriously now,mate,how tf did u have the strength to kill Augustus?I mean.The fella is not even real but I still am constantly annoying my mum with text messages and mails about how hot (not proven but Hazel mentioned that a few times) ,sweet,kind,generous and lovely he is (because 1. I simply love Gus Gus 2.Cara is the only one I would turn bi for and 3. I ACTUALLY DON’T IGNORE MY MUM’S MAILS LIKE YOU DO XD XD ). Just like my 6 year old cousin would say “Bad John,bad!” Lol jk I actually enjoy reading ur books because saying you are an amazing write is an understatement and you’re not as annoying as most old people are :))))) xxx


giselle July 27, 2016 at 9:47 pm

Dear Mr.Green
I am a big fan of your work jam the type of person who can not finish a book but when i read your books i read from cover to cover more than once i loved it and i hope you continue to write more books.
Love yoursturly


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