Nicholas SparksNicholas Charles Sparks (born December 31, 1965) is an American novelist, screenwriter, and philanthropist. He has published twenty-three novels and two non-fiction books, some of which have been ''New York Times'' bestsellers, with over 115 million copies sold worldwide in more than 50 languages.
Eleven of his novels have been adapted to film, including ''The Choice'', ''The Longest Ride'', ''The Best of Me'', ''Safe Haven'' (on all of which he served as a producer), ''The Lucky One'', ''Message in a Bottle'', ''A Walk to Remember'', ''Nights in Rodanthe'', ''Dear John'', ''The Last Song'', and ''The Notebook''.
Sparks lives in North Carolina, where he contributes to a variety of local and national charities. He also sets many of his novels in that area. In 2011, he launched the Nicholas Sparks Foundation, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit committed to improving cultural and international understanding through global education experiences for students of all ages. Provided by Wikipedia
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