Friday 28 December 2018

Nicholas Spark Divorce

Nicholas Spark Divorce

Everybody loves love. The sensations and experiences between two people who are in love are unmatchable. The depiction of love is something that’s all over the mainstream media, but if we talk about books in general, Romance novels are something everybody relates and connects to from a deeper level. Nicholas Sparks have successfully acclaimed a great position among the romantic genre with his Popular storytelling. It is said that his ex wife was the one who inspired so many of these best-selling author’s novels. He was married to Catherine Cote for 25 years.

The couple met on spring break while in college and got Married in 1989 and have three sons and twin daughters, ranging in age from 12 to 23.

Unfortunately, it seems there was not a happy ending to this love story as On January 6, 2015, Sparks announced that he and Cathy had amicably separated. They subsequently divorced.

“Cathy and I have separated,” Sparks, 49, told in an exclusive interview. “This is, of course, not a decision we’ve made lightly. We remain close friends with deep respect for each other and love for our children. For our children’s sake, we regard this as a private matter.”

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.

About Nicholas Spark
Nicholas Charles Sparks (born December 31, 1965) is an American romance novelist and screenwriter. He has published twenty novels and two non-fiction books. Several of his novels have become international bestsellers, and eleven of his romantic-drama novels have been adapted to film all with multimillion-dollar box office grosses.

He was born in Omaha, Nebraska and wrote his first novel, The Passing, in 1985, while a student at the University of Notre Dame. His first published work came in 1990, when he co-wrote with Billy Mills Wokini: A Lakota Journey to Happiness and Self-Understanding, which sold approximately 50,000 copies in its first year.

In 1993, Sparks wrote his sensational novel The Notebook in his spare time while selling pharmaceuticals in Washington, D.C.. This book is considered his most notable work as the book, along with the movie featuring Ryan Gosling and Rachael McAdams is among the most loved and successful projects of all time.

Sparks, along with his ex wide created the progressive Epiphany School with his wife through the Nicholas Sparks Foundation.