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 […]

Speech Delivered by Warren Adler

At the Jackson Hole Writers Conferencein Jackson Hole, WY, July 1, 2001 This is the tenth time I have addressed the Jackson Hole Writers Conference. Usually, as one of the founders of the Conference, I have been asked to make the opening welcome remarks. For the first time, I have been asked to be one […]

WarrenAdler.com, Digital D.I.Y.

From Publisher’s Weekly, June 4, 2001 By using digital books and print-on-demand technology, authors who own the rights to their work can now make their stories available directly to readers, on the author’s own terms. One of the first authors to fully exploit this opportunity is Warren Adler, author of 24 novels, including War of […]

Authors of their own fortune

After Stephen King’s online experiments, Joel Rickett asks if publishers should fear author Websites From The Bookseller (UK), May 4, 2001 One year ago, many would have thought Mark Hogarth was set to make a fortune. As Stephen King’s experiment in online publishing, Riding The Bullet, grabbed headlines across the world, the Cambridge academic spotted […]

Visions & Voices

Subtext Interviews Novelist Warren Adler, April 25, 2001 Warren Adler has written 24 novels, including The War of The Roses and Random Hearts, which became hit movies. Major houses have published his books. His latest book, Mourning Glory, is scheduled to be released in August by Kensington Books. Adler has created a complete e-book and […]

Articles from Recent Publications

From Variety.com March 30, 2001 — Lifetime Television is also considering a hourlong drama pilot called “Fiona” which is based on the Fiona Fitzgerald character, a blueblood-turned-urban police detective, created in a series of mystery books by Warren Adler. Ilana Bar-Din is the writer; Dan Blatt is exec producer. See more about Variety.com From New […]