Trivia Crack Answer: Nicholas Sparks
About “The Notebook”
The writer who wrote “The Notebook” is Nicholas Sparks. “The Notebook” tells the story of Allie and Noah, two young people falling in love after World War II. Nicholas Sparks claims that the novel was based on a true story, and inspired by the relationship between his grandparents. The book features many common romance-genre tropes, including lovers separated by class and family obligations, letter-writing, a strong and sensitive male lead, and a painful choice between two male romantic partners. “The Notebook” spent several months on the New York Times Bestseller list, and was turned into a multimillion dollar movie of the same name. Time Warner Books was the original publishers of “The Notebook,” and ensured that the movie posters and subsequent novels written by Sparks carried similar covers and marketing images, which featured a man and woman embracing, close to a kiss. Nicholas Sparks was born in Omaha, Nebraska in 1965, and has had several romance-drama books published since “The Notebook.” Since its first publication, “The Notebook” has become a national phenomenon, selling millions of copies and spawning dozens of imitators, and Nicholas Sparks himself has donated millions of dollars to charitable purposes, including schools and athletic programs.