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opens in theaters on Friday, it will mark the 11th feature film adapted from a novel by Nicholas Sparks, the global phenomenon whose love stories have sold more than 100 million copies worldwide.

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I can’t tell you how many doctors we saw trying to figure out this diagnosis—it was very challenging.

So I think for most people, this is part and parcel of life. I would like to think I’m the kind of person who tends to be more romantic than not. I open doors, I send flowers, I don’t forget anniversaries, I remember things, Valentine’s Day… What assumptions do you think readers make about you that aren’t true? I do various aerobic work, I do a lot of weights, sparring, Taekwondo-type stuff. Oh, my next novel, the one I’m working on—and I very seldom tell anybody—but what I can say, look: It’s gonna be a love story, it’s gonna be set in North Carolina, and it’s gonna have some characters that I think you’re really gonna like, flawed and all.

At the same time, it’s often moments like those that make you question things. I would say that they might not know that I exercise as much as I do.

And so to me it just reflects the truth—in fact, to me it reflects the truth so much more than anything with a serial killer. I know they’re out there, but I’ve actually never met one, whereas I know so many people who are dealing with a mother with cancer, or a brother who is ill, or a sister who had a mastectomy. I like the fact that when he’s writing, he never loses sight of the fact that he’s telling a story that’s meant to engage the readers. If you go in and you put out this false sense of who you are, what’s the point? A lot of people think of writers as kind of artsy or introverted, and many of them are.

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