*authors bragging about their books*
Veronica: So have you guys heard? My book is getting a movie *wiggles eyebrows* John: Hello, The Fault in our Stars movie anyone? We went to freaking Amsterdam, Veronica *puts up hand* calm yourself Cassandra: Well City of Bones HAD a movie, and they're working on City of Ashes. With the rate it's going, there's probably gonna be a Clockwork Angel movie *flips hair* take that losers Suzanne: Well they already have made The Hunger Games AND Catching Fire. Everybody already knows about Mockingjay. Did you hear they're gonna make TWO movies out of it? *swipes shoulder* deal with it Rick: Well they already made Lightning Theif and Sea of Monsters, and I KNOW they are working on Titan's Curse. Why not make the rest of the movies too? *sips coffee* nice try J.K. Rowling: *cracks knuckles* step aside bitches
Why we love these authors...is because they understand
John Green: "You read a good book and it fills you with this evangelical zeal, and you become convinced that this shattered world will never be put back together unless and until all living humans read the book" Cassandra Clare: "People who know and love the same books as you do have the roadmap to your soul" Veronica Roth: "Sometimes people want to be in something to make them happy even if it's just fictional" J.K. Rowling: "I don't believe in the kind of magic in my books, but I do believe in the kind of magic that happens when you read a good book" Suzanne Collins: "It's amazing to live in a whole other world when you want to escape from the one you're in"
Why our ships sink
John Green: I write characters together but then make a logical and realistic reason on why they CAN’T be together, you know, like cancer.
Cassandra Clare: I write characters together but then I make love get in the way of the relationship in every way possible every single time.
Suzanne Collins: I write characters together but then I put this rebellion in the way and kill off all their friends so the characters physical and mental health can be ruined.
Rick Riordan: I write characters together but I make them wait five years before they do anything about it then I separate them for a couple more years and then before they can spend quality time together, I make them fall into monster hell. And you know, I just kill everyone else.
Veronica Roth: I write characters together but then I kill off one of the characters in the pair so the other can drown in it’s own agony.