Valentine’s Day Greetings

Every year for Valentine’s Day, I write a letter to my wife, Cathy, to articulate all of the many things that I love about her. As you might guess, those letters can get quite lengthy. It’s a tradition that’s important, not just because I want Cathy to know how much I appreciate her, but also because it’s a chance to take time out of my busy life and reflect on the many lucky years we’ve already spent together. This year, after spending time with Cathy and the kids, I’ll be heading off to Patagonia this weekend with a longtime friend.

It’s a change of pace from last year’s Valentine’s Day, which saw the release of Safe Haven. Though I don’t have a film out this February, there is a new DVD collection: the Nicholas Sparks Limited Edition Collection, which compiles Safe HavenThe Lucky OneDear JohnNights in RodantheThe NotebookA Walk to Remember, and Message In A Bottle into what is, I think, a beautiful package. You can buy it in stores or online now.

I hope that you’ll have a Happy Valentine’s Day this year! Whatever your plans might be, and whomever you might spend it with, I hope you’ll remember to celebrate all of your loved-ones—friends, family, and significant others included. 

Bid on an Evening with Nicholas

Bidding has begun on the experience of a lifetime, with proceeds benefiting the Epiphany School of Global Studies.

The package up for auction includes  a two night stay at the lovely Aerie Bed & Breakfast in New Bern, NC and two seats with Nicholas at his table during Epiphany's Gala and Auction! Rounding out the package is an autographed copy of The Longest Ride and a special Nicholas Spark Foundation gift basket. Want all of this and more to be yours? Check out the auction and place your bid today!

For a Good Cause

Did you know that supporters that donate $100 or more to the Nicholas Sparks Foundation receive a complimentary signed book of their choice?

The Nicholas Sparks Foundation is a nonprofit organization transforming and improving education in the United States, one school at a time, with research, program and curriculum development, and open-sourcing, in the hopes that all students will master the 21st Century skills they need to succeed in the future, while simultaneously becoming globally competent citizens of the world.

The foundation's goals for our future leaders include instilling confidence, introducing foreign languages, and exploring cultural versatility, while offering a global perspective to help them prepare for the 21st century.

Fans can support the foundation by donating at Rally.org, follow them on Twitter @NSparksFDN and visit NSparksFoundation.org to subscribe to email news.

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