Warren Adler

The blog

Warren Adler’s blogs have provided priceless knowledge and guidance for writers and readers alike. Touching on topics ranging from literature to technology to politics, Warren Adler’s blogs have been featured on Huffington Post, the Library Journal, Publishing Perspectives, and EContent Magazine.

The Author as Entrepreneur: A Q&A with Warren Adler

by Matthew Cavnar on August 2, 2012 (Article originally published on Vook.com) Author of 32 novels, numerous screen plays, short stories and plays,…

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The Coming Battle of E-Readers

Okay, so now we know where the e-book is going. Ever upward. To have predicted that twelve years ago, when I had all my novels reversed from major publishers and launched all my writings in e-books and print-on-demand, was a no-brainer. People thought I was mad. No brownie points required.…

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The Smart Phone Addiction

A number of my friends have returned from their Thanksgiving holidays with their families with a general complaint. It goes something like this: There was a complete lack of face-to-face communication. Family members seemed far more interested in communicating with their electronic devices and the teenagers, especially, spent their time…

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Beyond Borders

After years of agony, the demise of Borders was as predictable as the sunset.  It was like the horse and buggy murdered by the horseless carriage. It is sad and hurtful to many people who worked there but no crystal ball was needed. Its time had come. The brick and…

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E-Books: Unintended Consequences

While I have often patted myself on the back for recognizing more than fifteen years ago that e-books would one day surpass the printed book as the ultimate first choice of dedicated readers everywhere, I had not reckoned on the unintended consequences of an unfiltered tsunami of self-published books that…

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The Dedicated Reader is Alive and Well

It should now be obvious to anyone who reads books on a regular basis that digitized versions of books will dominate the marketplace for dedicated readers far sooner than anyone had predicted. Having made the entry into digital publishing of my own works of fiction ten years ago, I have…

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