So, since you live in Indiana, are there any convention/book signing/ other nerdifghting things going on in Indianapolis or anywhere in Indiana? (I am also a hoosier.) If so, it would be awesome to go do something nerdfighterish (would that be a good word to use, well it is now.) Thanks. :)
The Fault In Our Stars is my favorite book by you so far. Thank you so much for doing what you do best. I meet you tonight in Birmingham!!! This book was amazing, I laughed until i cryed, and then i cryed until I couldn't breathe. I'm a huge fan. DFTBA.
Paper Towns is the bomb. When it first came out, Everyone compared me to the Margo Roth Spiegelman and started calling me Margo. (My name is Margret btw.) Before Paper Towns, no one ever noticed me and I was a silent person in the back. Now I'm more outgoing and enjoying my life as Margo and not Margret. (As a tribute to the REAL Margo, I cut my hair so I could look like her too, but that's another story.) I guess what I'm tring to say is, Thank you. You helped me become the person I am today instead of the mouse I use to be. I'm in debt to you and Hank forever. Much love - Margo (Not Margret)
John Green! Urgent! Greetings and DFTBA. Another awesome youtuber, Wheezy Waiter, has a video about competition: Part 1. The sequel is: Part 2. If the view count on Part 2 goes to 200,000 views, Intel will donate 25,000$ to bring technology to classrooms in need. PLEASE, help decrease suck, mention this in your next video, all the Nerdfighters have to do is watch a video! We only have until 8/31/2011, it has roughly 60,000 views. Please help!
I hope you know how happy you make me and all nerdfighters everywhere, I won't be able to get an autographed book by you and that makes me sad but it makes me happy when I watch your last Brotherhood 2.0 video [the one with no singing]. You very inspiring and awesome.
Hey john i wrote a poem about paper towns it's not very good and it doesn't rhyme but i hopw you like it.
Ode to Paper Towns
As children The had played Riding bikes To the playground Without a care in the world Then reality Came crashing Down A dead man lay Slumped Against the tree In a furious race They pedaled home Then later Long after the sun had set Margo appeared At Q's window Her thrill of almost knowing And the endless Staring contest Was the start of Her mystery A mystery Only she Could ever truly solve