Review | The War of the Roses by Warren Adler

It always amazes me to see younger generations of readers discovering and identifying with the story of “The War of the Roses” – Check out this great book review by the outspoken Booktuber Paper Faerie and subscribe to her channel here: You can also learn more about the novel here: [iframe id=”” align=”center” […]

My 2016 New Year’s Resolutions

  I couldn’t be more excited for the year ahead. I know that there’s still room to grow no matter how old I get. Resolutions are a terrific way of giving myself an extra nudge in the right direction so I wrote down seven that I plan on following through with. 1. My first New […]

Vondie Curtis-Hall Directing Thriller ‘Residue’ (VARIETY EXCLUSIVE)

Vondie Curtis-Hall has signed on to write and direct an adaptation of Warren Adler’s 2010 dramatic thriller “Residue,” Variety has learned exclusively. Jeffrey D. Erb of Framelight Productions will produce the film with Grey Eagle Films. “Residue” follows a Wall Street firm’s token Jewish lawyer as he finds himself in the middle of a chain […]

Exclusive Pfizer Interview with Warren Adler: “The War of the Roses Author Declares War on Ageism”

Warren Adler talks ageism and staying in the creative ballgame in an exclusive interview with Pfizer for their popular GET OLD campaign At 87, the author of more than 50 novels, including the 1981 tumultous divorce classic, The War of the Roses(which he adapted into a screenplay of the same name, and the 1989 film […]

Did You Always Want To Be a Novelist?

“My mother was a great reader, my father never read a book, I was never encouraged either way to become a novelist…whatever made me happy was okay with them. I have burned to tell stories and be a writer since I was a teenager though I didn’t get my first book published till I was […]

THE DAILY BEAST Features “Why Should Novelists Be Politically Correct?”

“The recent flap over a romance novel titled For Such a Time whose plot features a concentration camp inmate falling in love with her Nazi captor has aroused the wrath of various critics and readers on grounds that it is too discomfiting and disturbing to have been published. While I can understand why some readers […]

VENTURE GALLERIES Features “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 have […]