Amy . . .

What would you like to know? I am fun, but crazy. I have a most perfect husband, and 2 cats named Samson and Delilah. We are presently working on adopting a little girl from China and have a separate blog for that. I am a Christian and am working on a better relationship with him. I live in the Atlanta area and love sharing stories with people. I am also a pediatric nurse and I love it! I love to talk and meet new people and I love Disney Cruising

Sunday, February 18, 2007

Nicholas Sparks

Dear Nicholas Sparks
I would like to request that you provide a box of tissues with each book and or dvd that you sell! After watching the Notebook at least ten times, the tours poured again today! Its not that I don't like your books, but I think you should have at least a warning prior to the reading or watching! Even watching A Walk to Remember, every emotion was experienced. I enjoyed it so much I swore I would name my first child Landon Carter. I write this on behalf of all people who read your books and movies!

Thank you!

6 comments:

katherine. said...

yep...bundled with each book or DVD...a box of kleenex...not a bad marketing idea...

Chelle A. said...

Too true. The one book about the mom who was keeping a journal for her baby (I forget the title), just killed me. Haven't picked up a Sparks book since........too sad!

Great writer though!

Janene said...

Oh I agree ~ I loved Nights in Rodanth (I think that's how it's spelled). It was awesome ~ but a tear jerker as well.

The Notebook and The Wedding just turn me into a blubbering mess.

If you haven't read A Walk to Remember, I suggest you do. It's pretty different from the book and well worth the read - have the tissues ready, though. :)

Cyndi said...

oh I know i'm alittle late on this on but i do have a biography you might like.I have read this book and it's incrediable.

Gianna: Aborted...and Lived to Tell about It

Vader's Mom said...

I don't have the guts to read any of his books. I don't do crying.

Sparky Duck said...

A walk to remember was the SADDEST BOOK EVER