the fault in our stars

This week is #BannedBooksWeek and if you're wondering why we need an entire week to celebrate banned books you're probably one of those millennials who doesn't read anything longer than 140 characters.
None of us know exactly how we are going to die, but if I had to take a guess now it would be that I'll get crushed to death under a pile of unread books.
The celebrated author of "The Fault In Our Stars" explains what motivates him to keep writing.
Author John Green who wrote the beloved bestselling novels Looking for Alaska, Abundance of Katherines, Paper Towns and The Fault in Our Stars, turns 38 on August 24.
From HAIM to Vance Joy, the music from John Green's latest film adaptation is on point.
Like Kodaline, Night Riots have had a lot of traction on alternative rock stations and have been buds for quite some time. Formed in high school, the band, formerly known as PK, have been making music that sort of sounds like Gaslight Anthem.
While the world talks about young people's insularity and solipsism, they're creating a fascinating and complex world of deep engagement online, a world in which they are not just watching content but becoming part of it by being community members whose comments and fanfiction and artwork and passion have profound impacts on the broader culture.
The "Insurgent" star, who also won the MTV Trailblazer Award, thanked John for changing her life and brought him to tears
A lot of times these first love relationships hit fast and furious, but when high school ends, many of these connections also come to an end, not by choice, or because they are unhappy, but rather because of practicality. As a result, the longing for the opportunity to maintain the relationship can live on.
Ansel Elgerot was the talk of the night, looking very old Hollywood glam in his vintage suit. He spoke about his newfound fame and success of, The Fault in Our Stars.
Frustrated by the lack of strong female characters in literature? So is this little girl. Cole told The Huffington Post that
Nine official adaptations, three moving romances, two historical dramas, and one horrifying storybook are among some of the