Lets not forget he wrote "The Notebook", "A Walk To Remember", "Nights in Rodanthe" and "Message in a Bottle".
And the author of two movies that are out/ going to be out any day, "Dear John" and "The Last Song".
"Dear John" just happens to be my favorite book EVER.
The movie really didn't do it for me, but it was still good. They changed a lot of it though, which was sad.
My goal this year is to read ALL his books, even the ones I've already seen the movie to.
Especially "The Notebook", I'm curious to see how different the movie is from his book.
So far I'm almost done with two, and I have fourteen to go (although two of them I'm not two excited about reading because someone told me they were boring, but I'm not going to name those two)