John’s Other Writing

Radio

For several years, I wrote commentaries for Chicago Public Radio and, on occasion, for NPR’s All Things Considered. The text of those radio pieces can be found here.

Let It Snow

I wrote a long short story called “A Cheertastic Christmas Miracle” in the book Let It Snow, which also features lovely stories from Maureen Johnson and Lauren Myracle. This book has been published in translated editions as well.

Anthologies

I’ve written stories for several anthologies. These include “The Great American Morp” in 21 Proms, “The Approximate Cost of Loving Caroline” in Twice Told, and “Freak the Geek” in Geektastic.

This Is Not Tom

I wrote this novella hidden behind insanely complex riddles called “This Is Not Tom.” TINT is unfinished (it will be finished eventually, I hope). TINT is free and available to the public, but the only way to read the story is to solve the riddles, which unfortunately is basically impossible without crowdsourcing. (A good place to start, however, would be the TINT youtube channel.)

For more information about other stuff I’ve written, including book reviews and the books I cowrote for the awesome people at mental_floss, visit the “Other Writing” FAQ page.

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Zeena Olson May 12, 2015 at 11:22 pm

I loved Looking For Alaska. Now I’m currently reading Paper Towns and will then move on to reading The Fault In Our Stars. The amount of reading I do is life consuming, especially when it comes to John’s novels. In all of his beautifully written books, his characters are dynamic and his plots intriguing. I have to say that there is a reason why there is such an abundance of hype towards his novel Looking For Alaska. When people comment when I say John Green is now truthfully my favorite author; replying with the famous insult,”Band Waggoner, ” I cannot help but roll my eyes.
People, there is a reason why his novels are so heavily talked about! Because aside from all the tragically unfortunate novels published today from unheard authors; Greens writing is actually good.
And a undoubtedly, near flawless, talented writer is rare in today’s world of technology.

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Abbie May 15, 2015 at 9:19 pm

I love The Fault in Our Stars. I have reread it at least ten times. I love that Hazel doesn’t need everyone to know her and to love her (even know everyone does.) I love that Augustus want to have everyone love him. John Green you are a genius. You brought love, tragedy, and humour together and that makes your book a thousand times better. I would wish that An Imperial Affliction is a real book because I would love to read it. I am not a big reader, but when I saw the trailer for The Fault in Our Stars the movie I wanted to see it. My parents went to the movie opening weekend without me and said it was amazing. I learned that The Fault in Our Stars is a book, so I read it. After the three days it took me to read the book I couldn’t bring myself to watch the movie because I was nervous that the movie wouldn’t measure up to the book. My mom finally made me watch the movie and I had no idea that I would watch it sixteen times. I do wish that Caroline Mathers had been in the movie. Also that the part in the book when Issac loses his eye and Hazel goes to see him and they lost the qualities of a good nurse made the cut. In the end it was a amazing book, amazing movie, and your an amazing author.

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jaqueline June 11, 2015 at 7:29 pm

Wait is this Abbie Henderzak bc if so, your amazing and jaqueline isn’t my real name, I’m in 8th grade but I know you maybe! If not, your still amazing!

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jaqueline June 11, 2015 at 7:40 pm

NEVERMIND I MEANT ABBY DONALDSON FROM NORTHLEY! SORRY BOUT THAT! STUPID FOR ASKING! :D That comment was literally so inspiring though! Totally agree John Green is an amzing author

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Kétlin May 21, 2015 at 3:19 pm

Hello, I am a great Brazilin fan of yours books, and I would like to explain some curiosites, here are there questions that I expert you can answer;
(1) As a mere admirer of his incredible work, you could say it’s concidentaly, purposely or a literary style, that you use yours intellectual mysteries and complex philosophies in all your books In order to transmit knowledge?
(2)How nerdfighter , I didn’t realize that in some of your books in the end you choose to talk about decith why do you choose thus kinf of theme among teens? How said in Alasca “Who don’t understand how to get out the maze”
(3)Are you surprise with the impact of your books in all teens around the world?without forgetting that your appreciation came a few years after of your books?

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Jessica May 21, 2015 at 11:05 pm

I love you book ‘Let it snow’!!!!!!!
I hope you’re going to write a lot of new good books!

Jessica (12)

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Kristina June 18, 2015 at 12:17 am

Do you know the character traits for Jubilee? (3 of them) Please reply ASAP. Thanks

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Destiny May 22, 2015 at 8:53 am

i really love your books, your a real inspiration! i live in Indianapolis too!!!

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Karen May 22, 2015 at 11:01 pm

I am a huge fan of your books I read so many of them and I love each one. You have turned into my favorite author and the only one that seems to understand how it actually feels to be a teen.

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Jayden May 24, 2015 at 1:12 pm

I read the fault in our stars and it was amazing! I am about to start reading Paper towns. I hope it is as good as everyone says it is. I love all of your books!

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MTHERESSURECTION May 28, 2015 at 12:42 am

Oh it is i am towards the end of it and I can tell you it is an AMAZING read i will probably start all over after i am done reading it but you will not be disappointed at all (QTHERESSURECTION is something from paper towns but i changed it to my first initial of my name)

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Hannah May 25, 2015 at 10:08 pm

you’re pretty cool. thanks for that.

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(Not really sure) May 26, 2015 at 1:24 am

You are my life but my life isn’t you. It’s kind of a rectangles and squares thing I love you(r books, I don’t love people if all I have to base off of is the concept of them. But maybe one day)

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angelica May 27, 2015 at 7:50 pm

I have read “The Fault in our Stars” for how many times

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angelica May 27, 2015 at 7:57 pm

I have read “The Fault in our Stars” for how many times. And I want to know the next chapter of Hazel Grace Lancaster’s life.

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Emily Wilson May 28, 2015 at 7:25 am

Dear Mr. John Green,
I’m hoping that doesn’t sound too formal for this “reply” on Paper Towns, which, given some credit, I actually bought months ago, but willingly surrendered it to my sister to read for school. If I would have known it would have taken her so long to return, I would have given her a different book to read. Long story short, I had just finished reading this phenomenal book, but have a few questions to ask about the ending,1. What happened to both Margo and Quentin after the book ended? 2. Did Quentin ever regret not going with Margo to New York instead of going home? 3. What happened when Quentin got home? 4. Were Quentin’s parents more mad about him skipping out on graduation or about the car? Please respond with as much detail as possible. Also, I would like to say, I loved The Fault In Our Stars, I read it in 5 hours. My grandfather died a few years back from cancer, and I would like to tell you how much it means to me that you wrote such a touching book that shined so much light onto the subject. I’m not sure if a lot of the people who read the book realized how many people are actually affected by cancer, and it’s not only the patients that are affected, it’s also the families. I have just begun to read Looking For Alaska, and I can tell already that it’s going to be a great book. I personally believe you should write a book on a kid who was bullied, to show people the actual affects on bullying. I was bullied for three years and would be more than thankful if you could shine the light on the subject. Adults aren’t taking the subject as serious as it should be taken, which makes kids not take it as seriously. You have touched so many people with all of your books and I would like to see you do the same with a book written about bullying or depression since bullying mainly leads to depression. Please respond seeing as it took me all night to think about and plan what I was going to say. It’s currently 5:24 in the morning. Thank you for reading if you have.

Yours Truly,
Emily Wilson

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Poliana or Sora I hate my name May 29, 2015 at 3:08 pm

Forgive me if my English is a complete crap, but I’m using google translator and is so only means of communicating me because I did not know English.

I am completely in love with all his books, yes, completely in love. It is an undeniable truth. Reading his books is like seeing my heart described in words. I never had a favorite writer but now I have.

I was thinking of a great story, a great story that would be perfect if it suddenly turned a book. Yes, it would be the book of the year and teach valuable lessons people. But because my financial condition, is not in my power at the time to publish something. This could sadden me but I learned that we must accept that things fall apart and forgive us for accepting it.

You’re coming pro Brazil right? Please choose Salvador as a stopping point, it is a beautiful city, almost paper, at least a good part of the people are, but has a fully converted crazy fan in 3D wildly needs of an autograph of the first and at present only writer favorite.

Think fondly.

What about last words, may not have actually been the last, but hpuve a president who committed suicide in the past and will in his letter he wrote:

“Serenely give the first step towards eternity and leave life to enter history.”

With Love,
Poliana Rodrigues

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Nastya June 1, 2015 at 2:14 pm

Dear John Green.
I really do not know much English, so I use a translator.
I love your books. . They cause me joy, tears, anger.
The first book that I read, would be “The fault in our stars” Oh my God, she’s gorgeous. Augustus became my favorite character! I’ve been going through the ending of the book.

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Nastya June 1, 2015 at 3:48 pm

Dear John Green.
I really do not know much English, so I use a translator.
I love your books. . They cause me joy, tears, anger.
The first book that I read, would be “The fault in our stars” Oh my God, she’s gorgeous. Augustus became my favorite character! I’ve been going through the ending of the book.

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Caitlin June 1, 2015 at 6:09 pm

Dear Mr Green
(sorry for the uncomfortable greeting but anyway)
There is a minute chance that you might see this considering you get thousands upon thousands of comments and emails every day.
But there is alway a small chance that you may stumble across this comment and in hopes that you do I have one small question.
Do you think someone like me (thirteen yr old middle class girl who dreams of being an author much like dozens of others in this site)
I get good marks in my english cubjects and i am trying to get into the advanced english (english lit) for my GCSE’S. I try extremely hard and although I almost never finish them, i try. Anyway do you think I have a chance? If i finish the current peice i am writing which i susoect might take maybe two years or more by then i will be 15 + do you think they can publish the work of someone that young?
Thank you for your time (if you see this that is)
Caitlin, 13 (1/6/2015)

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dylan June 2, 2015 at 9:06 pm

Djrolexvb@gmail.com plz contact me John green (your majesty) I’m a writer in 6 th grade

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Vic June 4, 2015 at 9:20 pm

I draw more than I write stories but when I do write I’d have to say your books are my inspirations. Looking For Alaska was awesome, and I just finished The Fault In Our Stars. The other day I wrote almost 1000 words out of nowhere and…it sucked. Basically it was about some guy named Alex but there was no plot to it. So I wish I was a better writer but then again I guess I’m better off just being an artist…so, back to doing comics, I guess.

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Abigail June 6, 2015 at 2:55 pm

Oh my gosh! I’m reading Paper Towns and I love, love, love it! I like how you put the poetry into it, it was just amazing, I just need to read Looking For Alaska.

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tanvi June 7, 2015 at 5:44 am

hi John
i live in India and i have read most of ur books . But somehow the one that remains the closest to my heart is Paper towns . Lots of unanswered questions do haunt me …day in and day out .
I actually think Margo is mentally sick and uses Quentin to escape , to make believe she is another person altogether. I like the fact that you highlight the weaknesses in each character along with strong points !

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Kimberly June 8, 2015 at 2:52 pm

Hey! Here’s a Puerto Rican fan! I’ve read An Abundance Of Katherines, The Fault In Our Stars & Paper Towns, and it’s more than obvious that you’re an awesome writer.I would really loved if you come to Puerto Rico to have like a reader-writer day, you know a day where you came and we have a question & answer with you and all kind of cool stuff you’d like to do.I mean, WE WOULD ADORE HAVING YOU HERE.We’d pay whatever you want to have you at least for a couple hours. Pleaseee consider paying us a vist!

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Ashton couch June 9, 2015 at 12:07 am

I love all of your books. I have read all of them. You are an awesome writer that brings people to tears m. You also let people get happy their are Patterson you books you don’t understand but as you read in it makes since. I love all if you book and thank you for being a wonderful writer. I have a few questions like in looking for Alaska who did tiy base you careters off of, and where did tiy get the idea for paper towns. I love all of your writing. Thank you for being a great writer and sharing you works with us. Thank you if you can get back to me.
Sencerly,
Ashton couch (14)

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Jade June 9, 2015 at 11:44 am

read looking for Alaska and fell in love, bought all your books including let it snow and now just waiting for another book

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Jordana June 9, 2015 at 7:16 pm

John Green. You are the best writer i’ve ever read. You inspire me. Sorry if i write something wrong. Kisses from Brazil.

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Siannan ( Shannon) Dodsworth June 9, 2015 at 7:49 pm

Hello Mr. Green My name is Siannan Dodsworth and I have read the fault in our stars and I have been wanting to ask this question for a long time now but if you do not want to tell me it’s okay but I have been wondering what ever happens to Hazel after she reads his letter to her and what happens to her mom and dad and to his mom and dad, and where did you ever meet this Perter van some thing I’m sorry but I do not want to have spelling mistakes in this because it might make you think that I am not a very good Pearson foe spelling you’re craters names wrong, any way I know that these are very little questions but it would mean the world to me if you would e-mail me back, and if you are going to write any more books I would love to read them hake I would read you shopping lists because that is how good of an writer you are to me and you books are very touching.
you’re biggest fan newly Siannan dodsworth age 14

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Elizabeth June 9, 2015 at 8:12 pm

YOU AND YOUR BOOKS ARE SO INSANELY SUPERB I AM WRITING IN ALL CAPS.

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Joy Flaherty June 10, 2015 at 4:29 pm

Looking For Alaska and Paper Towns are my favorite books. I love reading your book because the lead female characters are what I strive to be. I love going on road trips with Q and talking about last words with Pudge. It’s great to go to Amsterdam with Augustus and Hazel, and so much fun to put on a musical with Tiny and Will. I love reading your books because for the amount of time I’m reading them, I’m not in the real world, I’m where I want to be. I’m who I want to be and I’m going on adventures I never could have thought would happen. Thank you so much for writing.

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Milbya Lima Costa June 11, 2015 at 7:30 pm

Dear john. I love you and your books ,please write more book < 3

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Beth June 11, 2015 at 7:37 pm

I loved The Fault in our Stars!
John Green, this book was a book of courage, strength, determination, romance, and more! Augustus Waters really helped Hazel, and he totally was hot! You taught everybody, and all teenagers around the world, about hope too. When Hazel had cancer, Augustus still wouldn’t back down from loving her as she was, aside from her cancer. He looked for what she was made of from the inside.
I really am excited for you next book John Green! I started to know you from youtube with your videos, but when I went to Barnes and Nobles I saw this book, and all other books looked boring. My friend was reading it at the time, and she said it was amazing! Sorry I’m reading it so late! Wish I knew a little sooner! I’m going to read Paper Towns next which should be good, ever since i saw the trailer for the movie. Book before movie. Keep Writing, because your style really takes in readers from all over, and inspires them.
LOVE YOU AND I REALLY WANT TO MEET YOU:(

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Mya June 12, 2015 at 8:24 pm

John Green,
The Fault in Our Stars is one of my favorite books. I think the plot is great totally interesting! Now I’m reading Paper Towns and I cannot put it down, every word draws you in for more and I love it so far. Thank you for writing these books and you’re an amazing author!

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TearAnnie June 17, 2015 at 2:09 am

Dear John Green,
Theres a pretty good chance that you might not read this but thats okay, i just want some reassurance that you might read this rather than you’ll never read this. In your books your really blunt about everything which i really admire but , im rather blunt too. Right now i feel alone and it would be nice if you replied , its okay if you dont i just want you to read this . I have some questions that i would prefer to ask you somewhere not public because they’re kind of personal and i look up to you. I feel like only you would understand

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TearAnnie June 17, 2015 at 1:58 am

Dear John

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jaden June 17, 2015 at 5:22 pm

I read ”the fault in our stars” and loved it (technically I read it 4 times) and each time the book surprised me less than the last of course so I have started ”paper towns and have also come to love that one too I just happen to wonder if ”looking for Alaska” is just as good?

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Kathleen June 18, 2015 at 7:29 am

Mantenemos la más estricta discreción y para esto ofrecemos un servicio personalizado para cada momento y para cada ocasión.

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tfios lover June 22, 2015 at 3:17 pm

Mr. Green you are a brilliant writer you have inspired me to someday write my own books my favorite book is the fault in our stars the message that I got from the book is that finding love through illness is possible. I think that you should write a sequel to the fault in our stars were hazel is pregnant with Augustus’s baby and it grows up looking like Augustus I hope you keep writing books because I would love to read them sincerely tfios lover

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An Abundance of Katherines June 23, 2015 at 12:49 am

I read all of your books and they’re amazing. They have wonderful details and the characters are outrageous. Anyways I was wondering where I could find the Let it Snow book because I couldn’t find it at Barnes and Noble. Right now and abundance of Katherines is my favorite book. And I mean favorite.
So tthe is this app called wattpad and I don’t know if you have heard of it but someone wrote this wonderful book call wingless and beatific. It is really interesting and I think u should read it because it inspired me so much that even though they’re not related directly it helped me continue to work on my photography and art after I had given up on mastering them. I highly recommend this book. Have a wonderful evening and I can’t wait to read your next book.

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An Abundance of Katherines June 23, 2015 at 12:51 am

I read all of your books and they’re amazing. They have wonderful details and the characters are outrageous. Anyways I was wondering where I could find the Let it Snow book because I couldn’t find it at Barnes and Noble. Right now and abundance of Katherines is my favorite book. And I mean favorite.
So tthe is this app called wattpad and I don’t know if you have heard of it but someone wrote this wonderful book call wingless and beautiful. It is really interesting and I think you should read it because it inspired me so much that even though they’re not related directly it helped me continue to work on my photography and art after I had given up on mastering them. I highly recommend this book. Have a wonderful evening and I can’t wait to read your next book.

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Lucas June 23, 2015 at 5:27 pm

You can either search the library or purchase Let It Snow off Amazon it’s really hard to come across John’s books you can also try to look for his books in Books A Million for purchasing but more than likely you’ll have to purchase it online since Walmart, the library, and Books A Million only decided to sell The Fault In Our Stars after the actual film.

best of British on your journey to finding that book mate.

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Lucas June 23, 2015 at 5:25 pm

I have pretty much all of John Green’s books, I am patiently waiting for the day he writes more books I will purchase them all and read them all. My favourite is An Abundance of Katherines which I am reading again for the second time, I tend to read and reread books I am most interested in, they’re just so great he is one of my favourite authors.

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Emma Jackson June 24, 2015 at 9:07 am

Hi my name is Emma iris Jackson(stupid name),I am 14 and I’m living in Sri Lanka now. I am a big fan of yours. I love your all books,like tfios and paper towns.well, I haven’t read all your books only those 2 books.but,I tried to find all the books.but, I found only those 2 books.when I ask about your books from the bookstores,they told me that they didn’t take all the books and some people said they didn’t get the books.
Even,sometimes I think to be a journalist as well as an author.nowadays I’m writing a book but,I think it’s not good at all.I like your books and your one of my favorite writers.
Yesterday I saw there was a gooooooooooooooooooooooooooooood news about your new book.they’ve told that,you’re going to write about a character (I mean you are going to choose a person who likes to get into your book.)even I like that thing but, I tried to search about it and I didn’t found anything about it.please I would like to get a character in your new book(not the main role)just a little one.

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Muthi June 25, 2015 at 1:40 pm

Hi, John Green.
To be honest, I know you because your book that has been filmed called The Fault In Our Stars. First I think such like, “i guess it will be a boring movie; romance, cancers couple, at least the boy will die.” but i totally wrong! OMG tfios is the best movie, so far.
One day, my friend asked me did I have another book of John Green and I went to the book store immediately to buy tfios book (I’ve watched the movie before I read the book lol).
Mr. John, there’s a thing you should know: I’m in love with you and all of your book srsly. You are my inspiration, Mr. John, I’m just 15 yo girl who want to be a writer like you. Ups, but I know I will never be amazing as you.
John Green, please come to Indonesia! I really want to meet you and hug you tight like what I did to my daddy. Maybe we can have a conversation with a cup of tea? Lol.
(ps: sorry grammar sucks LOL).

All the love from little girl,
Muthi.

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Jessica Beverley June 27, 2015 at 8:39 am

Dear Mr John Michael Green,
This will be very awkward if in true fact my memory fails me and your actual middle name is not Michael… But all middle names and possible mistakes aside I would like to thank you for truly changing my life.
I always see people write things to famous celebrities and superstars saying that their songs or movies have changed their lives and I never have gotten what they meant. And maybe you think that you haven’t succeeded for some completely unintelligent reason that turns out to be a really intelligent reason because let’s face it, you’re John Green! But trust me, you changed mine.
I really enjoyed your book Paper Towns which is the book that changed my life which I read within around 12 hours. You are truly a remarkable author and gave me a very relatable situation in all the characters in the book.
Everyone is always judged from afar, the idea of that person being one that many people choose the option of going with that idea instead of digging deeper. Everyone has an idea latched onto them at some point in their life and most of it is sadly in high school, where we’re all trying to fit in.
I always sit at school sometimes and just listen to people talk and I wonder what their story is, if there is a story behind the make up or behind the glasses that makes the idea of someone so much more than that. And, it’s sad that a lot of people don’t see that everyone around them are just people! But yet people still grimace at the girl who has a wider stomach or more pimples or wears their uniform different from others. When in truth they actually have divorced parents and have a hard time at home, or they’re just someone who wants to actually stand up to the people creating the idea of themselves and showing the true them. And I hate that I admit I have done and see people create ideas about people all around me that makes it so unbearable to stay around them, just like Margo felt. It wasn’t until Paper Towns that I stopped and I just saw people in such a different way and it really opened my eyes. And I’m really happy that in the end most people tore down the ideas of themselves away from everyone in the end of the book because it has really given me a better and healthier approach to life and school, because now I’m more positive toward people and toward myself because I was afraid if I began to speak up in class people would judge me for being a nerd or whatever, but now I’m not afraid to show that part of me and I’m not afraid to break the ideas people have made up for me because I’m proud to call myself a nerd, and maybe if I could be apart of your nerd fighter community?
I have so many questions, so many thoughts running around in my brain but the most important thing to me is just for you to know that I’m truly thankful for the journey you brought me along. (:
Yours truly,
Jess.

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Irene Geleng June 29, 2015 at 10:46 pm

I really love your books,all of them,i guess i’m not the first telling you that you really can touch the deepest part of a young man or girl like us. After your books i tried to read something else but I couldn’t feel exited anymore like when I was reading your stuff .
I would love to know if you’re writing something else now…and just as Hazel Grace said to Peter Van Houten : “I would read even your shopping list”

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Caity July 1, 2015 at 12:29 am

Hello Mr. Green,
I am writing here in hopes that you may somehow read this which in fact would be a crazy thought. Anyways I believe I attempted to write you an email to which you never responded, however I am here to thank you for bringing my best friend since 5′th grade closer together. When she was 17 she was diagnosed with stage 3 brain cancer after being in a terrible car accident. We drifted apart just before that due to my own moving away, but the news of this illness caused me to drift back to my senses and together we began to read books including The Fault In Our Stars which perfectly portrays the way family and friends feel when they hear of someone being diagnosed. We would like permission to write our own little sequel giving a bit of a future for Hazel after Augustus dies for this question has been biting at us for over a year. Recently I have begun reading your other books such as the one I am currently reading, Looking For Alaska. Your writing has inspired me in a way no others could. For years I have begun trying to write books and I feel as if I have finally found my muse and I am starting a book myself however it will never reach the level of your own, but hopefully it isn’t all bad. Again, thank you so much for writing such wonderful material and allowing strangers to read it! Have a wonderful day!

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setiawan putra July 1, 2015 at 10:58 am

i love your book, and you are my favorite author. but, i just wanna asking you a little and not important question.

“why the fault in our stars is very diffrent then your another novel?”

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Claudia July 3, 2015 at 12:01 am

One thing I can say, is I’m sure not much of a reader. Until John Green’s books came into my life. I started with reading the fault in our stars. I loved the book and also loved the movie. A couple of weeks ago I bought the book paper towns. Even though I’m not much of a reader I finished the book in 2 days! I loved it. This truely is a record for me. I just finished reading looking for Alaska. Just an other amazing piece of work by John Green. One thing I like about the writing style of John is that he makes me think. Think about the topics in the books.
To all of those who aren’t sure if they should read a book by John Green, I sure recommend you do because they can change your life.

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abhilasha July 4, 2015 at 2:05 am

hello sir ,
i will do u a favour and go straight to my point. i just wanted to know if u are writing a sequel to tfios and is looking for Alaska becoming a movie.
i may not be not be a girl who asks about a thousand questions about the ending of every book u have written because i know that u need and ending to a book even the worst has some good parts but i am dying to know the answers of the following questions
with great admiration,
abhilasha

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