Writing Insights - Warren Adler, best-known for his book and the movie adaptation of WAR OF ROSES, talks about his career as a writer and encourages aspiring authors to "write on."
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Warren Adler, The Serpents Bite - Hi all. I’m passing this along to illustrate what I have learned as a writer of fiction. A book has many lives after a birthing in the author’s mind.
Private Lies, Warren Adler - In the epigraph of my novel Private Lies, I got permission from Ernest Hemingway’s heirs to use a quote from his story “The Snows of Kilimanjaro.” It describes finding the dried and frozen carcass of a leopard on the western summit of Mount Kilimanjaro.
Warren Adler - I’ve always loved mysteries, my favorite mystery author being George Simenon who, in my opinion, is the master of brevity. Simenon wrote a masterful series of seventy-five novels and twenty-eight short stories following Inspector Maigret.
War of the Roses, Warren Adler - The recent launch of It’s Over Easy sent a steady stream of emails my way with the following question: What does the author of The War of the Roses have to say about quickie divorces online?
A roman à clef is a French word that loosely defines a novel as a work of fiction based on... View Article
We Are Holding the President Hostage, Warren Adler - I have long been a fan of Mario Puzo’s 'The Godfather.'