I met Nicholas Sparks (no relation!) at his book signing on Oct. 1, 2002, in Indiana. He gladly signed a copy of his latest book for my son, Nicholas Sparks!
He shared how he got the ideas for each of his books.
He was warm, friendly, relaxed, funny and seemed to genuinely enjoy his vocation. What a pleasant evening it was getting to know the author of these outstanding novels. True to life his life history, the stories made me laugh and cry and I thoroughly enjoyed the journey through them all. Looking forward to the new ones.
>>By Alecia Sparks (Saturday, 25 Jan 2003 19:16)
In the Notebook do noah and allie end up getting married?
>>By star (Saturday, 25 Jan 2003 19:16)
Noah and Allie are the old people at the end and beginning of the story. Yes, they do end up getting married.
>>By Cory (Sunday, 9 Mar 2003 03:15)
Nicholas Sparks has a very unique tallent of combining tragedy and romance togther to create heart rendering stories that always leave me crying! I strongly recomend his novels to everyone.
>>By Melody (Monday, 24 Mar 2003 23:32)
I just gotten my hands on his book, a bend in the road, and I couldnt put it down it was the best book I have read in a very long time, it was like being kept on the edge of you seay with every single page, I do want more books from this author, I am totaly in love with his writing...
>>By genitha (Thursday, 6 Nov 2003 18:28)
I abesolutely LOVE Nicholas Sparks. My neighbor gave me a book to read (the Notebook) when I was home sick for awhile. I have been addicted to his novels ever since. I just can't seem to wait until the next one comes out. I am just waiting for his book signing to come to my home town.
>>By sahara (Tuesday, 13 Jan 2004 19:58)
The Notebook is a good example of "true love", and the things we do for it. If anybody wants a good read -- pick up anything written by Sparks -- his writing is worth your time!
>>By JrzyGirl (Monday, 5 Jul 2004 02:54)
I love this author. I am currently reading The Notebook and I love it. Any other recommendations from htis author?
>>By n0elchristine (Saturday, 26 Nov 2005 20:20)
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