On Rejection and Renewal: A Note to Aspiring Novelists

You’ve spent months, perhaps years, composing your novel. You’ve read and reread it hundreds of times. You’ve rethought it, rewritten it, and revised it, changed characters, dialogue and plot lines. Writing your novel is the most important thing in your life. It has absorbed your attention, almost exclusively. Both your conscious and your subconscious mind […]

“How I Stayed True to My Family When My Career Took Off” Featured on FATHERLY

  Having reached the overripe age of ninety, I often wonder how my sons truly rate me as a dad. Did my dear wife and I do the right things in nurturing them, raising them, guiding them? Did they truly believe we were always there for them, rooting for them, understanding their ambitions and dreams? Above all, did […]

Our Exclusive Interview with Lynn Norris, The Audiobook Narrator of ‘The Casanova Embrace’

We’re shining a spotlight on Lynn Norris, the multi-talented audiobook narrator of Warren Adler’s highly-charged erotic thriller The Casanova Embrace. What do you look for in a project? Is there a particular genre you gravitate towards? What initially drew you to The Casanova Embrace? Generally, when I’m reading the audition material for an audiobook project, I’m […]

My Salute to English Teachers [as featured on Teaching Channel]

In 1949 when I was twenty-one years old I took a creative writing course at the New School in Manhattan taught by Professor Don M. Wolfe. He had been my freshman English teacher at New York University, where I graduated in 1947, just two months shy of my twentieth birthday. Dr. Wolfe assigned compositions and […]

My Salute to English Teachers

Happy #TeacherAppreciationDay! In 1949 when I was twenty-one years old I took a creative writing course at the New School in Manhattan taught by Professor Don M. Wolfe. He had been my freshman English teacher at New York University, where I graduated in 1947, just two months shy of my twentieth birthday. Dr. Wolfe assigned […]