“I write in this strange little subgenre of what’s called a love story,” says Nicholas Sparks, 50, sitting in his agent’s office, his face blanketed in foundation for the camera and a cavalcade of smartphone snaps. “People read them because they move the reader through the whole range of human emotion.”
from the Washington Post
When writing best sellers it’s wise
to have the tears flowing from eyes.
Mr. Sparks’ saga
drives women gaga
(though winning no Pulitzer Prize).