Bio: Warren Adler's 27th novel, The Children of the Roses, is the sequel to The War of the Roses and was published in 2004 by Sourcebooks/Landmark. His novels have been translated into more than two dozen languages, and ten of his novels have been sold or optioned to the movies. Two have become major motion pictures, the classic War of the Roses, starring Michael Douglas, Danny DeVito and Kathleen Turner, and Random Hearts, starring Harrison Ford. The Sunset Gang, a trilogy on Public Television was a critical and popular success, produced by Linda Lavin with a stellar cast including Uta Hagen, Jerry Stiller, and Doris Roberts.
Mr. Adler has been a pioneering author in electronic publishing. In the late 1980's he began re-acquiring book rights and by 1999 had created a complete eBook and Print-on-Demand (POD) library of his works. All of his titles are in print in both hardcover and trade paperback as well as in eBook formats. Current information on his adventures in electronic publishing can be found on his website, www.warrenadler.com.
As a novelist, Mr. Adler's themes deal with intimate human relationships--the mysterious nature of love and attraction, the fragile partnerships between husbands and wives and parents and children, the corrupting power of money, the aging process and how families cling together when challenged by the outside world. When not writing, Mr. Adler lectures on creative writing, motion picture adaptation and the future of electronic eooks. He is the founder of the Jackson Hole Writer's Conference and has been Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Jackson Hole Public Library. He is married to the former Sonia Kline, a magazine editor. He has three sons, David, Jonathan and Michael and four grandchildren and divides his time between New York City and Jackson Hole, Wyoming.