Nicholas Sparks Net Worth 2018, Biography/Wiki, Married/Wedding
Nicholas Sparks is among the most famous writers nowadays. It’s been maintained the present amount of Nicholas Sparks internet worth reaches 30 million bucks, which likewise reveals he is among the millionaires in the market. He’s also called a producer and display writer, along with really being a popular novelist and these two resources additionally add around the entire quantity of Nicholas Sparks net worth. 17 novels have been released by Nicholas Sparks, till nowadays.
Nicholas Sparks Net Worth $30 Million Dollars
Along with that, he’s also composed one nonfictional story. Furthermore, 8 of his novels are accommodated to television screens and movie theater. He is living in rather distinct locations, including Ca and Mn, before he got taken to elementary-school. But when in 1974 his dad began working at California State-University, the household eventually settled there. Nicholas Sparks attended College of Notre-Dame, when he graduated from HS. That novel was written by him during summertime when he was residing at home. Four years afterwards, he composed another novel, that was also never released, called The Royal Murders.
He’s two sibs and he’s a middle kid in the household. Nonetheless, in 2,000 his younger sister died. This novel was likewise made into a movie. When he was residing in Washington D.C. he composed among his most famous novels up to nowadays, which likewise caused it to be to film, called The Notebook. The publication premiered in 1996 and it additionally entered the New York Times bestseller list, therefore, the revenue of it additionally improved the total amount of Nicholas Sparks internet worth.
December 31, 1965
Omaha, Nebraska, United States
Writer, Screenwriter, Novelist, Film Producer
University of Notre Dame, Bella Vista High School
United States of America
Cathy Sparks (m. 1989)
Miles Andrew Sparks, Landon Sparks, Ryan Cote Sparks, Savannah Marin Sparks, Lexie Danielle Sparks
Patrick Michael Sparks, Jill Emma Marie Thoene
Danielle Sparks Lewis, Michael Earl Sparks
Goodreads Choice Awards Best Chick Lit
Teen Choice Award for Choice Book, Goodreads Choice Awards Best Romance
Separated from Cathy Sparks, his wife of 25 years [January 2015].
Working on a new novel called Dear John, which is slated for release in either September or October 2006. [May 2006]
Volunteer coaching at New Bern High School and recently coached Karjuan Williams who was national champion in the 800 meter run with a time of 1:49, and coached another runner who ran 1:52. [May 2006]
His mother died in a horse riding accident when Nicholas was in his mid-twenties. His father died in a car accident when Nicholas was in his early thirties. His sister, Dana, died after many years of battling a brain tumor when she was age 33, Nicholas was age 34.
Is the middle child of three children. Has an older brother named Micah (Michael) and a younger sister named Dana (Danielle).
Father of Miles, Landon, Ryan, Lexie, and Savannah.
Each of his children's names were characters in one of his books. Miles and Ryan (A Bend in the Road), Landon (A Walk to Remember), Lexie (True Believer & At First Sight), Savannah (Dear John). Additionally characters Adrienne and Paul (Nights in Rodanthe) are the names of his in-laws.
Most of his novels are set in North or South Carolina.
He recently donated a track to New Bern High School
He is a major contributor to the Creative Writing Department at the University of Notre Dame
Was a pharmaceutical sales rep until his writing career took off.
Was selected by "People Magazine" as the 'Sexiest Author'
After receiving his first check for "The Notebook", he went out and bought his wife a new wedding ring
Still holds a track & field record at Notre Dame
Is one of only two contemporary authors to have a novel spend more than a year on both the New York Times hardcover and paperback best-seller lists (the other author being J.K. Rowling)
Has a black belt in Tae Kwon Do
Graduated from the University of Notre Dame in 1988.
Stories tend to center around a tragedy
Characters questioning their Christian belief or faith
Author of romantic stories where the main characters usually don't experience the typical happy ending
Romance is thinking about your significant other, when you are supposed to be thinking about something else.
Loving once and only once is possible - anything is possible
I do not use profanity in my novels. My characters all go to church.
Writing the last page of the first draft is the most enjoyable moment in writing. It's one of the most enjoyable moments in life, period.
I don't know that love changes. People change. Circumstances change.
[on the type of heroes in his novels] I simply create the character your mother told you to be. Be honest, work hard, don't look down on others, women and children in the lifeboats first.