Lawsuit continues against novelist Sparks, school he started
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — The former headmaster of a private Christian school founded by novelist Nicholas Sparks can continue to sue the school, the author and the foundation Sparks created to support the school, a federal judge said.
Here's a piece of news for Nicholas Sparks fans. The towering beach house where the film "Nights in Rodanthe" takes place is on the market.
Located at 23289 Beacon Road in the Outer Banks town of Rodanthe, the beach house features six bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms and is 2,933 square feet.
Trevor Noah among featured speakers at BookExpo breakfast
NEW YORK (AP) — Expect some laughs, and more serious talk, at this year's adult author breakfast at BookExpo.
Movie review: ‘Forever My Girl’ doesn’t stray from Southern romance formula
Romance novelist and screenwriter Nicholas Sparks cornered the market on a subgenre he essentially invented — exceedingly pleasant, Southern-set epic romances (between young, attractive, white, Christian, heterosexual couples). But this is a genre that overwhelmingly appeals to a female movie-going audience, so it’s about time female creators have been given a place behind the camera to shape the voice and perspective of these stories. Writer/director Bethany Ashton Wolf has adapted Heidi McLaughlin’s novel in “Forever My Girl,” a tale of love lost and found.
Paula Hawkins, author of “The Girl on the Train,” speaks at 13th annul Signature Author Series
All people tell stories. Whether it's a story about the past, a story to soothe a frightened child at bedtime, or a story about fictional characters, everyone is a storyteller. Some people, like No. 1 "New York Times" bestselling author Paula Hawkins, make a living out of storytelling.
Review: Nicholas Sparks debuts 20th novel, ‘Two By Two’
"Two By Two" (Grand Central Publishing), by Nicholas Sparks
In 1996, Nicholas Sparks introduced the world to Allie and Noah in his best-selling novel "The Notebook." Their story became an overnight sensation. Two decades later, Sparks continues to prove he's an expert in exploring real world challenges in a believable romantic genre. His twentieth work, "Two By Two," extends his impressive collection of literary tales.