Los Angeles -- When The Heart Tugs, my last editorial commentary on the films based on Nicholas Sparks runaway bestsellers on love found, love lost, love regained. The name has invariably become synonymous with the language of romantic love. His novels have sold close to 19 million copies and his stories are nothing more than a treasure trove of the human heart.
I will spare you the usual biographical profile. I think that Wikipedia has the lock on that. With the forthcoming publication of his new book, The Longest Ride, and the optioning of the movie rights, Sparks has set his talents on a new career path as not only the master bard of the human heart with the highs and lows that come with all that emotional angst associated with the affairs of passion, but also as producer of his compassionate novels, helping to shepherd them from print to screen.
I don't know if any of you have seen or heard of this modern Mark Twain. His novels literary (no pun intended) proceed him or for no less of a better word, his reputation proceeds him.
So I found it thrilling to hear the master story teller of our time reflect on his craft, his new publication and his future hopes, plans and desires. Here then is Mr. Nicholas Sparks speaking on The Rush on Shaw TV, several months back, whose first name incidentally in Greek means "Victory of The People" . How profound!
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