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Nicholas Sparks Quotes from the Bestselling Author

The written word is often best by talented writers, as shown in these Nicholas Sparks quotes.

Nicholas Sparks is a New York Times bestselling author who has sold over 115 million copies of his books in over 50 different languages.

He has published more than 20 novels and a few non-fiction books throughout his career.

Sparks moved around the country with his family as a child and lived in several states before settling in California at 8.

When he received a full-ride track and field scholarship to the University of Notre Dame, he enrolled in the school to major in business finance.

However, while in college, he began to write.

At the encouragement of his mother, Sparks wrote his first novel in 1985. However, he struggled to get it published.

He spent several years with two unpublished pieces working random jobs. Eventually, he co-wrote a non-fiction piece that was published.

Then, in 1995, a literary agent picked up one of his books, and he received a $1 million advance.

Soak in these Nicholas Sparks quotes from the famous author.

Nicholas Sparks Quotes from his popular works

If you are a fan of Nicholas Sparks’ works, you may recognize the following quotes. See if there are any you remember.

1. “Love is like the wind, you can’t see it, but you can feel it.” – Nicholas Sparks

2. “The reason it hurts so much to separate is because our souls are connected.” – Nicholas Sparks

3. “Nothing that is worthwhile is ever easy. Remember that.” – Nicholas Sparks

4. “Without suffering, there’d be no compassion.” – Nicholas Sparks

5. “I don’t know that love changes. People change. Circumstances change.” – Nicholas Sparks

6. “True love is rare, and it’s the only thing that gives life real meaning.” – Nicholas Sparks

7. “You always

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