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Eileen Huerta March 16, 2015 at 9:54 pm

Hey I am Eileen Huerta from New York and I was wondering if you were going to come to New York for a book signing . Please please can you come to New York

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Catalina Rodriguez March 16, 2015 at 11:34 pm

Hi Mr.Green,
How did you become a writer ? I would love to write a novel someday I just really don’t know how to start it… Any advice?

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Sydney Ly March 17, 2015 at 2:13 pm

Hi John Green,
This is my first year going to the LA Times Festival of Books. I was wondering if you will be attending this year. Thanks for your time.
-Sydney Ly

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KYLE RICHARDSON March 18, 2015 at 8:27 pm

I just wanna say thanks for making my Labyrinth more tolerable with the work you and your brother do. My world is a better place since I’ve discovered your writing and YouTube videos.
Godspeed

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Andrew March 19, 2015 at 10:34 am

Hey John,
Im a big fan of all of your books and I was wondering if you were planning on coming to Chicago anytime soon… Thanks :) DFTBA

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charlotte March 19, 2015 at 12:06 pm

hey John!
I love your books and videos so much! When are you coming back to the Netherlands?
x

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Allison March 19, 2015 at 4:41 pm

I’m unsure if you even read these comments, but on the tour for the Paper Towns film, PLEASE come to Naperville.What better to emphasize the movie to visit the smaller towns, the lesser known places that are constantly overshadowed by the big cities near by. Naperville literally is a paper town. Filled with fake smiles, fake houses, fake people, all of whom are trapped and can never escape. Go to the small towns, because I know for a fact, there are millions of people who, like me, feel trapped, so you’ve got to go them.

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LChristo March 21, 2015 at 4:25 am

Hi John, I really enjoyed TFIOS. I’m just wondering are you going to be in isolation this Sunday at 9:30am or sharing this special moment with others?
-YNWA

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Tiffany Jane March 21, 2015 at 4:16 pm

Hello, I’m not sure whether or not you read these comments on a regular basis, or at all. But anyway, I just want you to know that I’m 17 and your work has helped me so much throughout the last couple of years. Before I read your work, I knew that I wanted to write but I never really had any real goal but know I realise I want to be able to do what you have done. Really helped people, with real issues. Thanks for helping me to figure out one of my many possible great perhaps! Hope all is well and I know this is a signing page so I’ll make this a little more relevant and say I hope you’ll be doing a Paper Towns signing in London some time this summer!

If you’ve taken the time to read this, then thank you. And if you haven’t, then thank you for helping me figure some stuff out these past few years. It means everything.

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Stella Neeley March 21, 2015 at 5:54 pm

Hi, so my name is Stella I’ve read every single book you’ve written (including the ones you co wrote) I started this thing where every year for my birthday (09/06) I get to meet an author. I would like to see you this year. If you can come to West Virginia, Florida, Virginia, or hopefully the Baltimore Book Festival that would be beyond spectacular. Even though I don’t know you, your words have effected me, in your books, vlog brothers, and even crash course. SO yeah it would be awesome to meet you.us

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Delaney March 21, 2015 at 6:40 pm

Come to Denver! PLEASE!!!!!!! (please excuse the seven exclamation marks, I understand that it is improper grammar)

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Emily Parker March 22, 2015 at 1:38 am

Kansas City is a town that is very much over looked. Please do not over look our town. Kansas City is a fun place. Come to KC.

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Katy Stewart March 22, 2015 at 1:39 am

Hi John Green! I was wondering if you’re going to be doing an Australian our any time soon?? I live in Melbourne and would love love LOVE it if you could do a tour/book signing here!!! :D

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Morgan March 22, 2015 at 11:06 am

Hi John Green! Please please pleeeeeeeAAAAASSSEEE come to London soon! I have made it my lifelong mission to meet my idol but it’s kinda hard when you rarely come to my own country x haha

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Annalisa March 24, 2015 at 4:00 am

MR. GREEN!! COME TO LAS VEGAS! It would be supercalifragilisticexpialidocious to meet you. Honestly, I love you so much, and you are just downright amazing.

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Angela Joyce March 24, 2015 at 4:41 am

Hey John Green! :D This is Angela and I’ve been reading your books in the last years! I’m hoping to read more of your books. Also, I can’t wait to watch the movie Paper Towns. I’ve recently finished reading that book last week and I’m excited to watch the movie! Keep writing xxx

Greetings from,
Hawaii

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Tatum Bell March 25, 2015 at 11:43 am

Hi, me and my friends are huge fans of yours! We have read all your books and loved every single one! We were wondering if you would come to Kansas City, Kansas anytime. Thanks!! :)

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Ariel Nino-Flores March 25, 2015 at 1:14 pm

Hi Mr.Green,

I am a pretty big fan of your writing. I’ve always wanted to become a writer since i was about 8 years old. After high schooli sort of gave up, and never went after it, but this year I’m going for it. I want to show my daughter that anything and everything is possible if you really go after for it. I would love to pick a part of your brain on how and where do i start. Are you able to provide any advice on what i can do to begin this beautiful dream of mine? Oh and if you ever come to Texas, come to San Antonio. It’s a wonderful City somehow always overlooked.

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Cydne Johnson March 26, 2015 at 10:46 am

PLEASE SCHEDULE SOME KIND OF MEET AND GREET. I would figuratively die if I met you, because your books have change my life; not just the literature essence of my life, but my entire, literal life. I believe that you are the best author and the second best person that has ever graced our Earth (I would say the best person that has ever graced our Earth, but my mom has already taken that place). It would be incredibly amazing if I met you, because your books make me want to puke and scream and cry and laugh of happiness and pain. Thank you for living.

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Lily Nejadian March 28, 2015 at 12:08 am

Hey John! I’m wondering if you will ever come to Washington D.C. :P

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Grace garity March 28, 2015 at 4:20 pm

Hi John green,
This was the first time I read your book “paper towns” and I have never really liked to read, I thought reading was a useless waste of time, but every sense I stared reading your book paper towns it has changed my life each day I aways hope I get time to read that book. It made me realize that life is to short to waste. I aways try to be like Margo because she’s not afraid and she just is outgoing and fun. So I just wanna say thank you for making this amazing book it has changed my life.

Wisconsin

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Addie Mullins March 28, 2015 at 10:34 pm

I would love to have an opportunity to meet you! If you go on another book signing tour, please come to Boise, Idaho! That would be so amazing! Your books have caused me to become an avid reader and a true critical thinker. Thank you for that.

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Cydne Johnson March 29, 2015 at 12:00 am

Hi John, I decided to write you another comment because I am so happy that you are who you are. I want to sincerely thank your mother for giving birth to you, because if you didn’t live in this world, I wouldn’t have been able to experience writing that has changed my life the way your writing has. Looking for Alaska is definitely my favorite book of yours. I just finished reading the book for the third time; I always like to have a good distance of months between each time I read the book, or between each time I read any of your books again, because like many say, absence makes the heart grow fonder, and I believe that your books get better and better before each time I turn to that first page. In LFA, I like how it felt as if Pudge and Alaska were looking for the same thing; for some way to escape the same routine that was going on around them, so they could discover a greater living for themselves. At least that’s what I interpreted from the book, you’re the genius so you obviously know what your own book is about, but that’s what I grasped from your book. Pudge wanted a Great Perhaps, and Alaska wanted to find a way out of her labyrinth, so to me it feels like they both wanted to find their way out of a life that they didn’t want, but in different ways. Alaska wanted it straight and fast, and I’ll obviously never know if she actually committed suicide or if she was just really drunk, and I’m sure a lot of your other readers have contemplated that same question. I guess what I’m trying to say from this comment (or short novel, however you want to put it), is that we all think of Alaska’s question one way or another: How do we get out of this labyrinth of suffering? I don’t exactly know where I was going with this, but I just wanted to let you know that LFA is helping me face the inevitability of what my labryinth is, and I just need to figure how I can get out it. It’s not a depressing thing, because I’m not depressed, unlike the 97% of teenagers say they are medically induced of. It’s just a maze that needs to be a little less confusing.

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X March 29, 2015 at 9:44 pm

How incredibly artificial, we can all see though it. You must think you’re smart, but you are just taking in a spitting out other people’s ideas and realizations.

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X March 29, 2015 at 9:41 pm

Your books Are excellent, I Especialy adore Paper Towns, I am hoping to See you at Nerd Con, however I Have yet to hear that you Are officaly attending.

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