Interview with “War of the Roses” author, Warren Adler

Warren Adler: On His Popular Novel, Married Couples, and Loving Your Work By Dan Couvrette, CEO, Divorce Marketing Group, Divorce Magazine and Family Lawyer Magazine. Warren Adler is best known as the author of the legendary novel “War of the Roses”. So far, he has published 32 novels and short story collections. Recently, he spoke with Divorce […]

Warren Adler Profile

When moviegoers watched Oliver and Barbara Rose’s marriage descend into a maelstrom of malice, spite, divorce papers and dog paté in the 1989 film, The War of the Roses, they were seeing the twisted but funny work of Wyoming author Warren Adler. “It is strictly a crap shoot and a minor miracle to see one’s […]

Steal This Book. Or at Least Download It Free.

TALK to Warren Adler, and watch some favorite clichés crumble. Remember “The War of the Roses,” the novel – and later, the movie – about a brutal divorce? Mr. Adler wrote the book and the screenplay, even though he has been married (happily, he says) to the same woman for 54 years. So much for […]

Stage Adaptation of THE WAR OF THE ROSES Coming to Broadway in 2015-16 Season!

Tony Award winning Producers Jay Gutterman, Cindy Gutterman, Cathy Chernoff, Carl Moellenberg and Wendy Federman just announced that THE WAR OF THE ROSES, the riveting stage adaptation by Warren Adler based on his original best-selling novel of the same name, will bow on Broadway during the 2015-2016 season. Warren Adler’s THE WAR OF THE ROSES […]

Literary Fiction


Writers Write

A Conversation With Warren Adler by Claire E. White A product of the New York public school system, internationally bestselling author and playwright Warren Adler graduated from Brooklyn Technical High School and New York University, where he majored in English literature. Inspired by his freshman English Professor Don Wolfe, Mr. Adler went on to study […]

Authors Branding 101: Engage Readers Every Way You Can

Savvy Authors Speak To Potential Book Buyers In-Person and Online BY JIM BARNES The Internet has changed our lives in many ways, not the least of which is the way we buy and learn about books. But has it really changed that much? Isn’t the Internet just another version of the stone circle around which […]