Warren Adler

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.

#eBookdeals – Bestselling Historical Thriller TARGET CHURCHILL is (...)

Who's ready for a thrill? Warren Adler's Bestselling Historical Thriller TARGET CHURCHILL is now $1.99 on Amazon Kindle. Available Here! What…

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Warren Adler’s Thriller TORTURE MAN in the Works as a Movie

Warren Adler’s Grey Eagle Films has tapped Hernany Perla to adapt Adler’s upcoming thriller “Torture Man” as a movie. Perla’s credits include the Blacklist script “Blink,” set up with Atlas Independent, along with “Revelations” at Lotus Entertainment. Adler is best known for writing the novel “The War of the Roses,”…

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Remembering Ruth Rendell 1930 – 2015

I am greatly saddened by the death of the brilliant novelist Ruth Rendell. Although she was dubbed a “crime” writer she was much more. Her work probed deeply into the psychological aspects of the human condition. She wrote a masterful series, The Inspector Wexford novels, about the inner workings of…

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TREADMILL eBOOK GIVEAWAY

The TREADMILL Giveaway via Alita Campbell @ www.youtube.com/abookaffair  Leave your email address in the comment section below to receive a free eBook copy of TREADMILL, Warren Adler's newest Mystery Thriller Novel! When a healthy diet and daily exercise are not recommended. Jack Cooper is an unhappy man; mind, body, and spirit.…

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Should We Believe the Myth of the Suicidal Writer?

Looking at the long list of writers who have committed suicide, one is tempted to associate the so-called artistic temperament, the agony of creative achievement, with the primary motivation for that final act. The list is long and includes many well-known literary figures like Earnest Hemingway, Richard Brautigan, Louis Adamic,…

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