I just watched John Green's video blog of October 16, 2007 in which he displays his extensive home library.
Which prompted me to think to myself...
"I want a home library so much!!!"
I've got two bookshelves in my small apartment, and I have to share them with my…Continue
So, I have just created a page detailing my summer "Re-Reading Harry Potter" Book Club idea that I've had for a while now.
Check that out if you're interested :)
Added by Andrea Broman on May 18, 2013 at 9:13am — No Comments
Hi! This would be my first blog here so yeah. lol. My first blog post would be about my books which obviously I want to share with you. I am starting to collect books since last year and I have fifteen books overall.
My first book that my grandparents bought me was 'The Shack' by Willam Paul Young. This book will always have a special place in my heart because this was the book that I did a report on, on our English class.
Next is 'The Fault in Our Stars' by John…Continue
Added by Hans P. Bremer on March 22, 2013 at 10:37am — No Comments
This book is definitely a long, long read.
I bounced between being entranced an excited, to bored, to interested, to longing for an ending, to excited and then dully unaffected by the uneventful ending. Even so, I would have to say I enjoyed quite a few facets of this story, even if there were some things that I did not enjoy.…
Book 5 of my 50 book challenge of this year and I've just finished this book and I'm honestly baffled by how much I enjoyed this book. This is the type of book that surprises you with it's cleverness and how knowing the author is of human nature. I'm usually pretty good at guessing what happens next in a story- a reason why I never mind spoilers- and yet this book surprised me constantly I'm still shell shocked it was so good, in fact I don't think I'm rational enough to review this book…Continue
Added by Elisabeth Rivas on February 1, 2013 at 2:51pm — No Comments
Wow, what a sweet story. Slightly reminiscent of Dear Enemy but unique in and of it's own right. For a novella to bring about that much change in fate and emotion in so few pages, it deserves to be applauded. I was quite glad.
Solena, a young orphaned girl raised by the High Prophet of her people, is known for having a generous heart along with her…
Added by Crystal on January 13, 2013 at 1:30pm — No Comments
I do not think I have ever read a book like On The Jellicoe Road.
Every once in a while you read a book that deals you an emotional blow in more than one way, by throwing you through the ringer of the tragedies of it's characters and their triumphs, and at the same exact time forcing you to work through your own. On The Jellicoe Road is that kind of book-- only on a level that far exceeds.…Continue
Before hearing about it on here I had already made it one of my resolutions to read 100 books this year! So far I'm off to a good start and read Feed in one day. Woo! In other news I have no idea what to put on this website. Like This is really my first time using it and I don't know what to do. Any tips? Please and thanks
Added by Tasha Sutherland on January 3, 2013 at 4:58pm — No Comments
Hey guys. I need your help! I’m making a book for this class I’m taking in high school, all about how the Vlogbrothers have come to be and how they have affected nerdfighter’s lives. For a cover and throughout the book, I will need as many pictures as I can get. ANYTHING WILL DO! Submit pictures of you, John, and Hank (if you’ve had the lovely chance to meet them!), or send a picture of you doing the “nerdfighter gang sign”. This book will also include a…Continue
Added by Julia Kelleher on October 2, 2012 at 2:00pm — No Comments
I don't know how to use it, and I really need a loan so I can buy the comic book store of my dreams. And I checked, there is no place in Mexico that can give me what I need (via the Kiva providers). I don't know what to do!!!!!
Would you guys recommend Indigogo?
Added by Emma Gonzalez on September 27, 2012 at 9:30pm — No Comments
I was reading this book a few years ago, and I never finished it, but now I want to. I can’t remember the title or author, but it was from the point of view of a young girl in Europe I think, in the 1800s I think. She had an older sister and her mom was a huge literally insane bitch. The girl had dreams about flying and finding things out and I think she was psychic and her mom thought she was crazy because of it. Her sister was the favourite, and I think we find out later that the…Continue
Added by Jess on September 5, 2012 at 4:00pm — No Comments
In which John discusses the surprises and pleasures of being anything at all while attending the Harry Potter conference LeakyCon and walking around downtown Chicago. Also, I read from some humiliating high school fiction.
Added by Haua (Projects Ningmaster) on August 14, 2012 at 8:02pm — No Comments
Over the weekend I read the book that was recommended by John and written by their friend Ransom Riggs, Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children. This book was recently noted on NPR's list of 100 Top Teen novels, so I knew it was about time to take it from it's resting position on my shelf and give it a read.
Now I am 21 years old, I am aware of the fact that I am…Continue
Added by Meg Buelow on August 14, 2012 at 11:52am — No Comments
As I have recently discovered, projects and resolutions are easier to keep track of and to follow through with when you have set rules, goals, and a way to physically keep track of it all. Through reading Gretchen Rubin's The Happiness Project, I have realized that there are a few things about my life that I have the power to change. This project of mine will address two of them.
First, I want to be able to find deeper topics to talk…Continue
Added by Andrea Broman on July 18, 2012 at 11:00am — No Comments
In which Hank discusses his feelings after the first parts of Fahrenheit 451, argues with John, and takes a bite out of a banana.
Added by Haua (Projects Ningmaster) on July 13, 2012 at 11:58am — No Comments
In which John discusses Part 1 of Ray Bradbury's Fahrenheit 451, "The Hearth and the Salamander," including discussions of Guy Montag, Clarisse, the complicated relationship between technology and nature, and more. Huzzah for the Nerdfighter Book Club!
If you like learning, try crashcourse:…Continue
Added by Haua (Projects Ningmaster) on July 11, 2012 at 9:38am — No Comments
In which John discusses his Vidcon experience, thanks his brother, and announces that you (yes, you!) need to read Part I of Ray Bradbury's FAHRENHEIT 451 by next Tuesday to prepare for our discussion in the Nerdfighter Book Club. (if you've read the book before, I encourage you to try reading it again with us!)
Vidcon was amazing. Thanks to everyone who was there,…Continue
Added by Haua (Projects Ningmaster) on July 3, 2012 at 9:47am — No Comments
Hello fellow nerdfighters! :)
I've noticed that my book collection is severely disorganized. It's horrendous! I've been inspired by the earlier videos of John Green to reorganize my entire book collection. Today is the first day of that project. I've successfully cleared a lot of shelf space in order to make room for all the new books I've bought (my friend just got me a copy of the Handmaid's Tale).
I've decided that I'm going to my books into the…Continue
Added by Diana Hernandez on July 3, 2012 at 2:30am — No Comments