As of January 2015, Nicholas Sparks has written or co-written nineteen books including "The Notebook", "Message in a Bottle", "A Walk to Remember", "The Rescue", and "A Bend in the Road". He also wrote "Nights in Rodanthe", "The Guardian", "The Wedding", and "True Believer".Continue Reading
In addition, Nicholas Sparks has written "At First Sight", "Dear John", "The Choice", "The Lucky One", "The Last Song", "Safe Haven", "The Best of Me", and "The Longest Ride". He co-wrote a book with Billy Mills called "Wokini: A Lakota Journey to Happiness and Self Understanding", and also wrote a memoir with his brother, Micah Sparks, called "Three Weeks With My Brother". He wrote his first novel after he developed an incapacitating sports injury, but this has not been published. His first published novel was "The Notebook", which he finished in 1995.
Ten of his books, as of January 2015, have been adapted into feature films; "The Longest Ride" is set for release in April 2015. The first book that was made into a movie was "Message in a Bottle", which was optioned to become a movie before the book was even finished. He has also sold the screenplays to "True Believers" and "At First Sight", but production has not begun on these as of early 2015.Learn more about Fiction