fishingboatproceeds:

rainbowrowell:

bexlogic:

edwardspoonhands:

Something just happened on Twitter…be careful while #johnning.

I feel a mighty need to try out #johnning.

This is how John Green writes all his books, right?

When they were taking that picture, I was like, “If you use this, people are going to make fun of me.” But I had no idea it would be so wonderful.

A message from Anonymous


you are a pretentious prick who is also a transphobic piece of trash, go to hell

fishingboatproceeds:

There is so much of this stuff in my ask box, and most of it not even anonymous, but I don’t want to call out any particular user because I know they’ll then get a lot of hateful asks and the cycle will just continue.

First off, there’s a comma splice in your ask. I just have to let you know that, on account of how I’m a pretentious prick.

I hope that I’m not transphobic. I’ve been public and vocal in my support for the rights of trans people for years, and I’ve tried over the years to amplify trans voices, from T Cooper to Stephen Ira Beatty, rather than pretending to be able to speak for them. 

Look, I am a person, and I am not a particularly good one. I am screwed up and make a lot of mistakes. But I am not a piece of trash. I would imagine that you are also screwed up and make a lot of mistakes, but you aren’t a piece of trash either.

But it is still hurtful—very hurtful—to hear people call me a piece of trash. It just makes me sad to hear, the way I think it would make most people sad to hear. The certainty and lack of nuance in that characterization reflects a broader lack of nuance in online discourse these days that just bums me out. 

thehappysorceress:

always reblog

effyeahnerdfighters:

fishingboatproceeds:

The experience of making The Fault in Our Stars was really wonderful because of the people involved: They all brought their talent and professionalism to the story and I’m so proud of the movie they made. 

It was all so fun and magical (and frankly so different from my previous Hollywood experiences) that to be honest I wasn’t particularly keen to make another movie—unless I could work again with people I really trust. 

And now it has happened! I’m really excited that the same team is reuniting to adapt Paper Towns. It will again be written by Weber and Neustadter, and again produced by Wyck Godfrey and Isaac Klausner. We’re working with the same people at the same studio (Erin Siminoff and Elizabeth Gabler at Fox 2000), and the project is being built around Nat Wolff, who plays Isaac in The Fault in Our Stars

Like any movie project, this will be a longish road with many potential roadblocks, but I know it will be lots of fun and really rewarding to work again with such passionate and talented people.

p.s. I’m an executive producer this time around, which is exciting!

Congrats and best wishes to all!!

you-are-beautiphil-dan:

thistinybluebox:

juicey-criss:

klainebows21:

thedoctorwatchesthestars:

johngreensmoustache:

TODAY I FOUND A SIGNED TFIOS BOOK IN WATERSTONES. I have no idea where it came from and neither did the waterstones employee and LOOK IT’S ALL SNAZZY AND RED AND FABULOUS. I didn’t even know red editions existed or how rare they are but

LETS MAKE JOHN GREEN FIND THE THING

We need john green to explain the thing

Johnnnnn, you’re wanted

it’s sold at WATERStones

the-winchesters-boo:

He has the PERFECT wife.

"There were so many of us who would have to live with things done and things left undone that day. Things that did not go right, things that seemed okay at the time because we could not see the future. If only we could see the endless string of consequences that result from our smallest actions. But we can’t know better until knowing better is useless"

John Green (Looking for Alaska)